Blog zdravotní sestřičky

Blog zdravotní sestřičky
Jak zvítězit sám nad sebou
Morava 2013
Blackmore´s Night
Landa
Dějiny národa českého.php
Ivan Medek
Marmelade, Schokolade
Mary Seacole
PsyS šije - výpustkovou kapsu
Zápisky zdravotní sestřičky
Kniha návštěv

Autumn Sky

2011

Highland

 

Looking out and I’m wondering where I am
While I’m stuck in the daily traffic jam
I decide to get out and leave the world behind me
Everywhere there are people passing by
Empty faces and not a friendly smile
Under stress, loneliness, a part of our city
Now I finally have decided
I will leave it all behind
And discover something better
And I know where I will find
Find a place of harmony,
of laughter and of dreams
If you want me, that is where I’ll be

I’ll be waiting on the Highland
With its wonderful serenity
Where the stars glow and the brooks flow
That’s my way of life
When the mountains on the Highland
And the nature is surrounding me
When the wind blows
That’s all I need, all I need

On the Highland when I was a child
I would play with my friends,
man, we were wild
And we all loved the moors,
the nature and its freedom
And we went for ghost hunt in the mist
I remember the first time I got kissed
By the shy neighbour guy,
who whispered "be my girlfriend"
But I longed for some excitement
So I travelled ’round the world
After that I setttled down and
I became a city girl
Went out dancing every night
and lived intensively
Now I know it’s not a life for me

I’ll be waiting on the Highland
With its wonderful serenityv Where the stars glow and the brooks flow
That’s my way of life
When the mountains on the Highland
And the nature is surrounding me
When the wind blows, that’s all I need
Bonnie Highland, Bonnie Highland,
you’re so sweet

If you join me I can promise
You’ll stay until eternity

 

Vagabond (Make A Princess Of Me)

 

There’s been plenty a crooked path
That has ended me here
Tired, broken and wearing rags
Wild eyed with fear

There’s much more to this vagabond
Than the eye can see
You can see me through different eyes
Make a princess of me

Door to door with a heavy heart
Try to stave off the cold
In the distance a gypsy cart
Filled with thieves and rogues

Sing for supper and sing for pence
A song’s all I have to give
With a fiddle and with no rest
Singing only to live

Through the window a golden glow
Families gather round
Here outside it starts to snow
Silence the only sound

 

Journeyman (Vandraren)

 

Many years I’ve been away from home
I have faced too many battles
Hours here upon the endless road
Have left me bruised and battered
I have heard the secrets of the streetsv But I keep them to myself
On display but here inside my soul
Like a trophy on the shelf

Hand upon my heart I know
The moon will light my way
Oh my friend the winding road
Will the life of a journeyman never change?

Round the corner down the narrow trail
My boots are wearing thin
I can feel the heat upon my back
The sun against my skin
Far away I could’ve sworn I heard the ringing of a bell
Through the miles you know it’s hard to tell when it’s you against yourself

Hand upon my heart I know
The moon will light my way
Oh my friend the winding road
Will the life of a journeyman never change?

None of us will ever know
What lies around the bend
All the world becomes your home
On the road that never ends…

Hand upon my heart I know
The moon will light my way
Oh my friend the winding road
Will the life of a journeyman never change? (4x)

 

Believe In Me

 

It’s a reflection that you see in me
But I know it’s not reality
Beneath the glitter and beneath all the lace
Do you see my face?

I’ll be the mirror, the spaces in between
It’s not the truth, it’s just a dream
But I guess we all have to believe in something
In anything

But do you love me just the way I am?
Do you need me? Will you take a chance?
Do you see me for all that I can be
Do you believe, believe in me?

Sometimes you need to be lost just to be found
You need to go to come back around
You need to set somebody free for them to return
You live and learn

Do you love me just the way I am?
Do you need me? Will you take a chance?
Do you see me for all that I can be
Do you believe, believe in me?

I’ve heard it said that true love is blind
All this is just a state of mind
If you’re not looking you will never find
You’ll be left behind

Do you love me just the way I am?
Do you need me? Will you take my hand?
Maybe you’ll see through the mystery
Do you believe, believe in me?

Do you love me just the way I am?
Do you need me? Will you take a chance?
Maybe you’ll see all that I can be
Do you believe, believe in me?

 

Sake Of The Song

 

The moon must be an angel,
Her halo surely heaven sent
Watching from above should the bells forget to ring
And we but lonely travelers
Following a ray of light
All become the same when we begin to sing

Round and round we all go,
Where we stop nobody knows,
Heaven meets on the earth
For the sake of the song...

Could you ever fly without the fear of falling
Does the songbird cease just because its dawn
Could a candle burn with any less resilience
Should we never love for the fear that it may fade?

Could you ever be just for the sake of being
Could a melody ever be wrong
Could you ever sing just for the sake of singing
Set your spirit free
For the sake of the song...

 

Song And Dance - instrumental

 

 

Celluloid Heroes

 

 

Keeper Of The Flame

 

 

Night At Eggersberg - instrumental

 

 

Strawberry Girl

 

Through the long days of summer
Where the air was as sweet as perfume
We walked through the golden meadows
And danced by the light of the moon

She was a lonely angel
Sitting there by the side of the road
On the edge of the forest
That’s where the wild things grow

Blue skies of promise opened before us
There in her eyes held the dreams of the world
Blue skies of promise rained down upon us
Life is so sweet with a strawberry girl

In her hand was a basket
Sticks and branches were woven as one
She smiled bright like a child
Bright as the afternoon sun

It was filled with her treasures
A whole cradle of nature’s bounty
Wild flowers were chosen
To lay amongst the forest berries

„It’s a great day for a gatherer
You can say that I told you so
In these uncertain days
It’s the simple things you need the most"

 

All The Fun Of The Fayre

 

 

Darkness

 

Once upon a dark autumn night
I was so very far from sleep
I longed to walk beneath the stars
Into the wood so dark and deep

Neither myth nor faerie tale
Could keep me from the path to the maze
But eyes upon me I could feel
Hidden in the shadows watching always

Something in the darkness pulled me deeper
Something in the madness eased my mind
Was I awake or was I dreaming
Cut the strings that bind me to mankind

Once while I was sitting in my room
One cold and silver winter’s day
I could hear an otherworldly call
Try as I might I couldn’t turn away

Somewhere in between the moss and the stone
The wind and the wood became my home
I lay myself upon the green
When the ivy overgrew I could never leave

 

Dance Of The Darkness - instrumental

 

Kind friends and companions, come join me in rhyme
Come lift up your voices in chorus with mine
Let us drink and be merry all grief to refrain
For we may or might never meet here again

Here’s a health to the company and one to my lass
Let us drink and be merry all out of one glass
Let us drink and be merry all grief to refrain
For we may or might never meet here again

Our ship lies at harbour she’s ready to dock
I wish her safe landing without any shock
And if we should meet again by land or by sea
I will always remember your kindness to me

My footsteps may falter my wit it may fail
My course may be challenged by November gale
Ere fortune shall prove to be friend or be foe
You will always be with me wherever I go

So here’s a health to the company and one to my lass
Let us drink and be merry all out of one glass
Let us drink and be merry all grief to refrain
For we may or might never meet here again

 

Health To The Company

 

 

Barbara Allen

 

It was in the merry month of May
when green buds were a swelling
Sweet William on his death bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen
He sent his servant unto her
To the place where she was dwelling
Saying you must come to his bedside now
If your name be Barbara Allen

So slowly slowly she got up
And slowly she drew nigh him
And the only words to him she said
Young man I think you’re dying

As she walked slowly o’er the fields
she heard the death bell knelling
And with every stroke it seemed to say
Hard hearted Barbara Allen
Oh mother mother make my bed
Make it long and narrow
Sweet William died for me today
And I will die for him tomorrow

They burried her in the old church yard
They burried him beside her
And from his grave grew a red red rose
And from her grave a green briar
They grew and grew to the steeple top
Til they could grow no higher
And there they tied in a true love’s knot
Red rose around green briar

 

» text je možno reprodukovat v případě uvedení zdroje a/nebo kontaktu webmastera: © 2017 informace jsou předně určeny pro studenty zdravotních oborů a tak by měly být chápány • S. Koukalová • luminary.s@gmail.com • Datum vzniku: 29.3.2006 «

Novinky

25.2.2017
Jak ušít výpustkovou kapsu v blogu
 
25.2.2017
Kapitolu ošetřovatelství jsem zatím znepřístupnila pokud se m i podaří dohledat zdroje opět je zpřístupním. V souboru hledej, jsem odkazy na ošetřovatelské témata zatím nechala, ale budou odkazovat na neexistující stránky, časem se uvidí, jak to dopadne :-) dohledávání zdrojů