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S: Nature and Lyrics Volume 1

BC: Featured photographs are from the lens of Henry Policarpio

1: "this book is for daddy who loves to take lovely pictures and for mommy who likes to know lyrics of her favorite music...together, they make a happy family for us" - Abygael and Babygirl

2: Nature and Lyrics | Volume I

6: YOU FILL UP MY SENSES sung by John Denver

7: You fill up my senses Like a night in a forest Like the mountains in springtime Like a walk in the rain Like a storm in the dessert Like a sleepy blue ocean You fill up my senses Come fill me again Come let me love you Let me give my love to you Let me drown in your laughter Let me die in your arms Let me lay down beside you Come let me love you Come love me again

9: Ain't No Sunshine Ain't no sunshine when she's gone It's not warm when she's away Ain't no sunshine when she's gone And she's always gone too long everytime she goes away Wonder this time where she's gone Wonder if she's gone away Ain't no sunshine when she's gone And this house junst ain't a home Anytime she goes away | And I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know, I know , I know, I know, I know, I know, I know,, I know, I know Hey, I'll leave the young thing alone But ain't no sunshine when she's gone Ain't no sunshine when she's gone Only darkness everyday. | Sung by Bill Withers

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  • Title: Nature and Lyrics
  • Compilation of Henry's photograpgs and lyrics of some of our favorite songs
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  • Published: about 4 years ago

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