Citations:for to

English citations of for to

  • "Bedlam" (English folk song)[1]
    Abroad as I was walking
    One evening in the spring
    I heard a maid in Bedlam
    So sweetly for to sing
  • Townes Van Zandt - "If I Needed You"
    If I needed you would you come to me,
    Would you come to me, and ease my pain?
    If you needed me
    I would come to you
    I'd swim the seas for to ease your pain
  • Bob Dylan - "When the Ship Comes In"
    And the words that are used
    For to get the ship confused
    Will not be understood as they're spoken
  • Robert Pete Williams - "I've Grown So Ugly"
    I got up this morning
    And I put on my shoes
    I tied my shoes
    Then I washed my face
    I went to the mirror
    For to comb my head
    I made a move
    Didn't know what to do
    I tipped way forward
    Got to break and run
  • Stephen Foster - "Oh! Susanna"
    I come from Alabama with my Banjo on my knee—
    I'm goin' to Louisiana my true love for to see.
    It rained all night the day I left, the weather it was dry;
    The sun so hot I froze to death—Susanna, don't you cry.
  • Dewey Bunnell - "A Horse With No Name"
    I've been through the desert on a horse with no name,
    It felt good to be out of the rain.
    In the desert you can remember your name,
    'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain.