The Wailing Wall - Inch Blue - My Name Is A Lonely Word (CD)

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  1. Groran Reply
    Jan 15,  · The Wailing Wall, also referred to as the Kotel, the Western Wall, or Solomon's Wall, and whose lower sections date to about the first century BCE, is located in the Old Quarter of East Jerusalem in Israel. Built of thick, corroded limestone, it is about 60 feet (20 meters) high and close to feet (50 meters) long, though most of it is.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wailing Wall on Discogs/5(6).
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    Jan 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Blues Is My Wailin' Wall · Mighty Mo Rodgers Blues Is My Wailin' Wall ℗ The Verve Music Group, a Division of .
  5. Vudoktilar Reply
    "Wailing Wall" lyrics. The Cure Lyrics "Wailing Wall" The holy city breathed Like a dying man It moved with hopeful tears With the tears of the blind And on and on as the night drew in Through broken streets That sucked me in My feet were bare and cut with stones With walking to the promised land.
  6. Shaktigul Reply
    What you can best hope for is a unique twist or influence that either 1) the area culture provides, or 2) the band's own experiences come forth. And Wailing Wall does throw in a few El Paso desert vibes with some exotic flute instrumentation that most certainly enlighten this recording by at least one half point.
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    Feb 13,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Blues Is My Wailin' Wall (Live) · Mighty Mo Rodgers Black Paris Blues ℗ Mighty Mo Rodgers Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  8. Kedal Reply
    It is a centuries-old tradition to place a note with a prayer or request in the Western Wall. Type in your prayer. It will be printed out in the Old City of Jerusalem where it will be placed in the Wall by a student of Aish HaTorah. Notes that are anti-Semitic or uncivilized in nature will be automatically deleted.

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