sinnerman (spiritual) by Nina simmone and Extra Fancy (two very different versions)

Extra Fancy sinnerman
Extra Fancy – Sinnerman – Original Video (with Alexis Arquette)

Nina Simone sinnerman

lyrics
Lyrics
Oh, sinnerman, where you gonna run to?
Sinnerman where you gonna run to?
Where you gonna run to?
All on that day
We got to run to the rock
Please hide me, I run to the rock
Please hide me, run to the rock
Please hide here
All on that day
But the rock cried out
I can’t hide you, the rock cried out
I can’t hide you, the rock cried out
I ain’t gonna hide you there
All on that day
I said rock
What’s the matter with you rock?
Don’t you see I need you, rock?
Good Lord, Lord
All on that day
So I run to the river
It was bleedin’, I run to the sea
It was bleedin’, I run to the sea
It was bleedin’, all on that day
So I run to the river
It was boilin’, I run to the sea
It was boilin’, I run to the sea
It was boilin’, all on that day

So I run to the Lord
Please hide me, Lord
Don’t you see me prayin’?
Don’t you see me down here prayin’?
But the Lord said
Go to the Devil, the Lord said
Go to the Devil
He said go to the Devil
All on that day
So I ran to the Devil
He was waitin’, I ran to the Devil
He was waitin’, ran to the Devil
He was waitin’, all on that day
I cried, power, power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Kingdom (power, Lord)
Kingdom (power, Lord)
Kingdom (power, Lord)
Kingdom (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)

Oh yeah
Oh yeah
Oh yeah
Well, I run to the river
It was boilin’, I run to the sea
It was boilin’, I run to the sea
It was boilin’, all on that day
So I ran to the Lord
I said Lord, hide me
Please hide me
Please help me, all on that day
He said, hide?
Where were you?
When you oughta have been prayin’
I said Lord, Lord
Hear me prayin’, Lord, Lord
Hear me prayin’, Lord, Lord
Hear me prayin’, all on that day
Sinnerman, you oughta be prayin’
Outghta be prayin’, sinnerman
Oughta be prayin’, all on that day

Up come power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
(Power, Lord)
Hold down (power, Lord)
Go down (power, Lord)
Kingdom (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Power (power, Lord)
Na-na-na, na-na-na-na
Na-na-na, na-na-na-na
Na-na-na, na-na-na-na

Woah, ho
Ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha-ha-ha-ha, oh Lord
Nu, nu, nu
No-no-no-no, ma-na-na-na-na, don’t you know I need you Lord?
Don’t you know that I need you?
Don’t you know that I need you?

Oh, Lord
Wait
Oh, Lord
Oh, Lord, Lord

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Thank You, Ma’am (by Langston Hughes)

Short Story by Lanston Hughes
Thank You, Ma´am

“Dream Deferred (Harlem)” Langston Hughes recites his famous poem = Harlem Renaissance literature

Langston Hughes & the Harlem Renaissance: Crash Course Literature

Characteristics of Renaissance Literature

Renaissance literature is characterized by a tendency toward humanist, or nonreligious, topics. The period as a whole marked a dramatic shift away from strict adherence to Church doctrines, and much of the literature of the era, such as Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” depicts secular philosophical struggles with topics such as individuality, death and morality.
The philosophical and historical period known as the Renaissance started in Italy during the 14th century and spread throughout Europe, bringing on a rebirth of secular creative endeavors and study after a long period of domination by the Catholic Church. Writers such as Petrarch, Shakespeare and John Milton explored literary themes relating to the Renaissance ideal of individuality — a concept that was actually relatively new at the time. Renaissance works such as Milton’s “Paradise Lost” explore the topic of religion in a critical, though not necessarily negative, manner that implies a degree of questioning and a shift away from dogmatic adherence to religious convention.

Harlem Renaissance
http://peopleof.oureverydaylife.com/distintive-characteristics-harlem-renaissance-9413.html

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SHORTCUT TIMECODE + CARANCHOA…

You will see two videos related to *”YOUTUBERS”(a frequent user of the video-sharing website, especially someone who produces and appears in videos on the site).
Try to think about this “popular” activity among young people. Do you think it is right to record anything as you have in the second example (caranchoa), using insults…
Prepare your opinion to speak in class. Bring any other information about this topic you have.

Chilean Shortcut TimecodeShortcut Timecode

Director: Benito Espinosa
Títle: Timecode
Year: 2014
Nationality: Chilean
Duration: 4:29
Género: Suspenso – Thriller sicológico

CaranchoaCaranchoa

*Other Chilean film makers (nothing to do with the above topic)
Patricio Guzman (last documentary: The Pearl Button)

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Bob Dylan Hurricane

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ISEO : FREEDOM

FREEDOMISEO: song FREEDOM

LyricsLyrics

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BOB DYLAN Hurricane

Hurricane Song in Youtube with English lyrics

English and Spanish lyrics

Lyrics in English and Spanish

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be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie/ The Guerrilla Girls

We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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The Guerrilla Girls interview

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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (B1), Lamb to the slaughter, The Landlady + 4 short stories by Roald Dahl(B1), Bartleby The Scrivener (B2)

Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre (B1 level)

Jane Eyre, a penniless and unattractive
orphan, becomes a governess
at Thornfield Hall and falls in
love with Edward Rochester, the
guardian of her ward. But she soon
discovers that he is hiding a terrible
secret…

Lamb to the Slaughter The Landlady(B1 level)+ 4 short stories
Bartleby The Scrivener (number 23 in te list)(B2 level)

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For presentation: Loving Husband plants flowers…

husband plantsloving husband plants…

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Missy Higgins – Oh Canada [Official Video] + information…+ lyrics…

Ode to dead Syrian boyOh Canada + lyrics + information

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