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SONG. Pearl Jam Last Kiss - audio / visual word discrimation and past simple




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LAST KISS…

 1. Listen to the song as often as you want and find the correct word:

 

 

Oh where, oh where, can my baby be? 
The Lord  her away from me.
She's gone to heaven so I've got to be good, 
So I can see my baby when I leave this world.

We  out on a date in my daddy's car,
We hadn't driven very far.
There in the road straight ahead,
A car was stalled, the engine  dead.
I  stop, so I  to the right,
I'll never forget the sound that night.
The screaming tires, the busting glass,
The painful scream that I  last.

 
Oh where, oh where, can my baby be? 
The Lord  her away from me.
She's gone to heaven so I've got to be good, 
So I can see my baby when I leave this world.

When I  up, the rain was falling down,
There  people standing all around.
Something warm flowing through my eyes,
But somehow I  my baby that night.
I  her head, she  at me and said;
"Hold me darling just a little while."
I  her close I  her - our last kiss,
I  the love that I  I had missed.
Well now she's gone even though I hold her tight,
I  my love, my life that night.

 
Oh where, oh where, can my baby be? 
The Lord  her away from me.
She's gone to heaven so I've got to be good, 
So I can see my baby when I leave this world.
 
 
2. Match the pictures with one sentence taken from the lyrics. The pictures are in the chronological order.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Miss T.