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Now why am I not singing like a lark?
For at that moment Diamond was singing like a lark in the clouds.
She went and made candy and sang like a lark.
Loy was alive and singing like a lark on Wednesday night.
For you I will sing like a lark.
I once knew a searat who could sing like a lark, beautiful ballads.
The word "Recorder" means "to warble, to sing like a lark".
One girl might sing like a lark, and the next ones major talent might be tying a cherry stem with her tongue.
You sing like a lark, Napier.
Get some wine into him, and he may surprise you and sing like a lark,' said d'Anjou. '
Imagine a worm giving birth to a germ, Imagine a shark who sang like a lark.
A judicious mixture of sodium pentothal and a few other choice herbs will make you sing like a lark.'
Yes, Master, before the trouble that came on her Margaret was a winsome lass, singing like a lark from morning till night.
Angela is beautiful, sings like a lark but is insecure, too, despite her talent as a bare-back ballerina.
He adds all the top and all the bottom, singing like a lark and giving that growly, Nebraska, R&B-oriented bass feel to the country stuff.
Our tables were formed in a horseshoe, servers tending from the center and Trystan among them, singing like a lark, turning aside to joke with this or that man as the fancy took him.
Nancy declared that Tim the waggoner knew a song and was "allays singing like a lark i' the stable," whereupon Mr. Poyser said encouragingly, "Come, Tim, lad, let's hear it."
She was filled with a secret elation and went about the house singing like a lark, until Betty, who had been moping like an owl since her mother went to the hospital, was quite cheered up.
The first sound in the morning was her voice as she went about the house singing like a lark, and the last sound at night was the same cheery sound, for the girls never grew too old for that familiar lullaby.
She sang like a lark as she swept and dusted; thought high and happy thoughts among the pots and kettles, and, when she sat sewing, smiled unconsciously as if some deep satisfaction made sunshine from within.
It was not an idea that started him singing like a lark, but almost any idea was welcome at this time of the morning, and if it seemed practical at dawn the chances were better than even that it would be worthy of praise by noon.
It is mentioned in, for instance, the Tuscany proverb '"Canta come una calandra"', he or she sings like a lark (Giusti 1853), and the Spain ballad '"Romance del prisionero"', where its song is the only way the prisoner knows when day breaks (Applebaum 2004).