„I want to paint the way a bird sings.“

Variante: I would like to paint the way a bird sings.
Origine: Monet By Himself

Ultimo aggiornamento 21 Settembre 2021. Storia
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pittore francese 1840 - 1926

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And every time that I was down
You would always come around
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Without you I'd have had a lonely life.
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