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"Tears And Rain" by James Blunt



  • Choose the correct option:

How I wish I could �my soul;
Shed the clothes that�
my skin;
See the liar that�
within my needing.
How I wish I'd�
darkness from cold�.
How I wish I�
out loud�,
Instead I
no meaning.


  • Number the lines in the correct order ( from 1 to 11 )
    I've heard what they say, but I'm not here for trouble.
    Hides my true shape, like Dorian Gray.
    I guess it's time I run far, far away; find comfort in pain
    It's more than just words: it's just tears and rain.
    All pleasure's the same: it just keeps me from trouble.
    I'm so cold from fear.

How I wish I could choose between Heaven and Hell.
Hold memory close at hand,
How I wish I could walk through the doors of my mind;

Help me understand the years.
How I wish I would save my soul.



  • Complete the crossword

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�1. I guess it's time I run far, far away; find comfort�� in ...............,
�2. All ..............'s the same: it just keeps me from trouble.
�3. Hides my true ................., like Dorian Gray.
�4. I've heard what they say, but I'm not here for ............. .
�5. Far, far away; find comfort��..........�pain.
�6. All ..................'s the same: it just keeps me from trouble.
�7. It's more than just ................:
�8. it's just tears and .................... .
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