John Donne – Song’- poem

John Donne – Song’- poem

John Donne - Song'- poem

rnaudioproductions for www.ipodity.com www.allcast.co.uk Song’- poem by John Donne 1573–1631 GO and catch a falling star, Get with child a mandrake root, Tell me where all past years are, Or who cleft the Devil’s foot; Teach me to hear mermaids singing, Or to keep off envy’s stinging, And find What wind Serves to advance an honest mind. If thou be’st born to strange sights, Things invisible to see, Ride ten thousand days and nights Till Age snow white hairs on thee; Thou, when thou return’st, wilt tell me All strange wonders that befell thee, And swear No where Lives a woman true and fair. If thou find’st one, let me know; Such a pilgrimage were sweet. Yet do not; I would not go, Though at next door we might meet. Though she were true when you met her, And last till you write your letter, Yet she Will be False, ere I come, to two or three. Audio created by Robert Nichol AudioProductions London All rights reserved rnaudioproductions for www.ipodity.com www.allcast.co.uk ipodity.com allcast.co.uk mp3 ipod download audio book audiobooks

Starts at 0:08. Not sure why! haha sorry about that. I do not own copyrights to this material. From Van Morrison’s 1983 album, Inarticulate Speech of the Heart.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

  1. thorngburg402Sep 24, 2012

    me 2 man

  2. Shattered0PlatinumSep 24, 2012

    I’m performing this piece for a English project. Makes since, my woman isn’t very fair, she’s about to leave me.

  3. emptymirorSep 24, 2012

    I thought it was the writer John Green 🙂
    thank you

  4. JustAudio2008Sep 24, 2012

    He’s a UK actor -mainly radio and voice over work.

  5. emptymirorSep 24, 2012

    who is john green?

  6. pirate259Sep 24, 2012

    Bloody lovely!

  7. dalbis333Sep 24, 2012

    i just love it..i ‘lost’ the album such a long time ago..such an inspiration thank U :-)))

  8. germanamericanableSep 24, 2012

    I love this song. What amazing lyrics and voice. My FAVORITE Morrison song.

  9. edethethelSep 24, 2012

    Funeral” nah…. rarther listen to it in my music room.

  10. edethethelSep 24, 2012

    A lot of Video’s on here start in… kinda late.

  11. mikemag07Sep 24, 2012

    It was probably the Live at The Grand Opera House, Belfast album, 1984. Can’t be 73 anyway as the song dates from 83.

  12. TheDaniel1916Sep 24, 2012

    so so beautiful… music to take you higher…higher above the noise of just living…

  13. Germanicus1895Sep 24, 2012

    I have that one too, I have many vinyl and buy every one of his that comes out and he is the so original and seems to be exploring all music now saw him in person! Rare!

  14. Germanicus1895Sep 24, 2012

    I want this played at my funeral

  15. mintybartlamSep 24, 2012

    I much prefer the “Live at the Grand Opera…” version to this. It’s rawer & more dynamic. This version is a bit over-produced & lifeless in comparison.

  16. deewkay1Sep 24, 2012

    This is not only a song,, It is a masterpiece, Rave on John Donne,  Van Morrison is the John Donne of our time.. Rave On.. Rave on….

  17. Lincoln7799Sep 24, 2012

    Yep, this studio version strikes me as simple, pure, profound. Always loved it. And I love the way it keeps moving up a gear, climaxing in that brilliant sax crescendo at the end. I only heard the live version once – about 15 years ago – and can’t quite remember which one it was. Probably 1973, but can’t be sure.

  18. CrazyInsanelikeafoxSep 24, 2012

    Are you talking about greece 1986? If so, try ‘It’s Too Late To Stop Now’ recorded inLos Angeles and London in 1973.

  19. sunonthewindowSep 24, 2012

    I have to agree with that. The live version is not particularly good. Van sounds embarrassed and seems to rush through it, mumbling and mucking up the lines. The studio version sounds far more powerful.

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