Category: Glam Rock

Shooting Arrows At The Sky

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  1. Shooting Arrows At The Sky - From “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Soundtrack, a song by Santigold on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. May 22,  · The funny thing about shooting arrows at the sun is no matter how hard you pull at the bowstring, you’ll never pierce the sky. Nevertheless, all real artists do it anyway. They’ll pick the brightest target they can find, and they’ll go for it with everything they’ve got.
  3. The funny thing about shooting arrows at the sun is no matter how hard you pull at the bowstring, you'll never pierce the sky. Nevertheless, all real artists do it anyway. They'll pick the brightest target they can find, and they'll go for it with everything they've got. Eventually, musicians come to the conclusion that.
  4. I’m shooting arrows at the sky [Verse:] He didn’t want it but didn’t recognize the call I don’t believe it, they’ll write the ending for us all Thinking about it, the capturers around us all So I’ll build me a bubble to build what I know will hold [Chorus:] Out of my way! You missed with your magic Out of my way!
  5. I'm shooting arrows at the sky He didn't want it but didn't recognize the call I don't believe it, they'll write the ending for us all Thinking about it, the capturers around us all So I'll build me a bubble to build what I know will hold Out of my way! You missed with your magic Out of my way! You see, you missed with your magic Out of my way!
  6. May 04,  · A photograph purportedly showing an airplane with dozens of wooden arrows stuck into its underside is frequently shared online, accompanied by one of a number of fabricated backstories.
  7. Watch the video for Shooting Arrows at the Sky from Santigold's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Deluxe Edition] for .
  8. Opening narration. Her name is the Arrow 1. She represents four and a half years of planning, preparation, and training, and a thousand years of science, mathematics, and the projected dreams and hopes of not only a nation, but a world.

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