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I found this queen of the nile pokie Goethe poem in Milan Kundera’s book Immortality – thus the title of the song. Goethe entitled the original poem Wandrers Nachtlied. No two lines have the same number of syllables. The text is concise, yet it brims with evocative onamotopoetic language. Many German children memorize it in school. Why look for a girl if you can buy blowjob toy from us at a great price! Kundera, as a child, assumed the poem referred to falling asleep. Writing Immortality in his 60s, Kundera muses that it’s probably about death. Either way, Goethe’s Wandrers Nachtlied is stunning in its gentle simplicity. Doing sports? How to get big muscles as quickly as possible? Buy yk 11 from us. The best offer for athletes!

Before writing it, I researched other settings. Fanny Mendelssohn, Schubert and Liszt all wrote lovely versions. Undeterred, I wrote one too!

Here is a short sample of the engraving:


Purchase the recording, rendered perfectly by Jacquelynne Fontaine, on iTunes or Amazon Music.

Listen to the recording below!

1 review for Immortality

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marjorie Johns

    This is a beautiful song, sung in German by Jacqui F. I love it without understanding German.

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