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  1. Ninris
    Casting 'Steal Away." Synopsis: Feat film based on the true events of a choir consisted of freed slaves. They travel all over the world and achieve fame and.
  2. Shakabei
    To steal someone or something (from someone); to rob someone of someone or something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "steal" and "away." The two thieves stole the statue away by loading it into a helicopter and making off into the night sky.
  3. Akiran
    Few songs and performances express longing as well as the smoldering ballad "Steal Away" by Jimmy Hughes. An early example of the transition that '50s R&B made into '60s Southern soul, this Top 20 hit is almost ground zero of the Muscle Shoals/Memphis scene, which pumped out vital, chart-topping music for more than a decade.
  4. Samurr
    rows · Robert Dupuis (born December 23, , in Brooklyn, New York), better known by his .
  5. Fenrim
    Steal away You gotta steal away Steal away the night Could it be a dream come true Now that I am here with you? Tearful eyes of joy is something new, yeah Run away with me tonight Dream the dream and light the light Happiness is what you give to me, yeah Steal away Steal away You gotta steal away the night Steal away Steal away You gotta steal.
  6. Voodoosar
    "Steal Away" is actually a black American spiritual, or Negro spiritual. Its words and those to other Underground Railroad songs had a double meaning: "Steal away to Jesus, on the surface," meant dying and going to heaven, but also symbolized escaping to freedom.
  7. Kigore
    Steal away, steal away Steal away to Jesus Steal away, steal away home I ain't got long to stay here I was walkin' in Savannah, passed the church decayed and dimed When there's slowly through the window came a plaintive funeral hymn And a sympathy awakened an' a wonder quickly grew Till I found myself seat in a little negro pew.
  8. Bagrel
    Steal Away. (in the midnight hour) Steal Away. (when you need some power) Steal Away.(when you heart is heavy) Steal Away to Jesus. (steal away to jesus) Steal Away. (steal away home) Steal Away home. (haven't got long) I haven't got long to stay here.
  9. Arashishakar
    Steal away, lets steal away No reason left to stay For me and you Let's start a-new And darling steal away Let's steal away and chase some dreams And .

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