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    1. Vishakar

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      “Don’t Interrupt The Sorrow” is an acoustic guitar–based track with stream-of-consciousness lyrics asserting a woman’s right to existence as equal individuals, breaking free of male.
    2. Toran

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      Another example: "Don't Interrupt The Sorrow", which follows, has often been described as a stream-of-consciousness jazz poem, making it sound like a text of abstruse intellectualism that only someone with a triple First in Classics and Oriental Languages would enjoy. 40 Years On: Joni Mitchell's The Hissing Of Summer Lawns Revisited.
    3. Dairisar

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      The Hissing of Summer Lawns is ultimately a great collection of pop poems with a distracting soundtrack. Read it first. Then play it." However, the record's reputation has grown in stature over the years. Music writer Howard Sounes has called The Hissing of Summer Lawns Mitchell's masterpiece, "an LP to stand alongside Blood on the Tracks".Genre: Folk jazz, avant-pop.
    4. Kajora

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      62 page songbook to accompany album. Includes additional photo pages. Contains music, lyrics and chords for the following songs: In France They Kiss On Main Street, The Jungle Line, Edith And The Kingpin, Don't Interrupt The Sorrow, The Hissing Of Summer Laws, Shades Of Scarlet Conquering, The Boho Dance, Harry's House/Centerpiece, Sweet Bird, Shadows And Light.
    5. Brarg

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      Listen free to Joni Mitchell – The Hissing of Summer Lawns (In France They Kiss on Main Street, The Jungle Line and more). 10 tracks (). Joni Mitchell evolved from the smooth jazz-pop of Court and Spark to the radical Hissing of Summer Lawns, an adventurous work that .
    6. Kazranris

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      Lyrics to Don't Interrupt the Sorrow by Joni Mitchell from the The Hissing of Summer Lawns album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
    7. Moogule

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      Joni Mitchell "Don't Interrupt The Sorrow": Don't let up the sorrow Death and birth and death and birth and death and birth He says, Bring that bottle kindly And I'll pad your purse- "The Hissing Of Summer Lawns" () In France They Kiss On Main Street. The Jungle Line.

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