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  1. "A Thousand Miles" (originally titled "Interlude") is the debut single written and recorded by American pop singer Vanessa Carlton. Produced by Curtis Schweitzer and Ron Fair, the song was released as the lead single for Carlton's album Be Not Nobody (). Her signature song, it became Carlton's breakthrough hit and one of the most popular.
  2. Lyrics to 'A Thousand Miles' by Vanessa Carlton: Making my way downtown Walking fast, faces pass and I'm homebound Staring blankly ahead Just making my way Making a way through the crowd.
  3. "A Thousand Miles" (originally titled "Interlude") is the debut single written and recorded by American pop singer Vanessa Carlton. Produced by Curtis Schweitzer and Ron Fair, the song was released as the lead single for Carlton's album Be Not Nobody ().
  4. Jan 19,  · Thousand Miles Lyrics: Making my way downtown / Walking fast / Faces pass and I'm homebound / Staring blankly ahead / Just making my way / Making a way through the crowd / .
  5. A Thousand Miles Up the Nile by Amelia B. Edwards. Published by A.L. Burt. Circa No print date specified; originally published in Illustrated. Hardcover. Burt's Library of the World's Best Books. pages plus ads. Brown-colored hardcover with gilt lettering and gilt-tipped page edge. There is a protective tissue guard at the Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. " A Thousand Miles " (originally titled " Interlude ") is a song by American singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton. It's her debut single and it was released as the lead single for Carlton's debut studio album Be Not Nobody. Her signature song, it received critical acclaim from music critics upon gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfo: Pop • Baroque pop • Pop rock.
  7. "A Thousand Miles" was written as both an account of the journey and a sort of travel guide for those wishing to follow in MacGregors wake. Indeed, fellow Scotsman Robert Louis Stevenson was so enthralled by MacGregors trip, he soon made his own Rob Roy, which he wrote about in An Inland Voyage, Stevenson's first published book/5(10).
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  9. 'Cause you know I'd walk A thousand miles If I could Just see you Tonight. And I, I, don't want to let you know I, I, drown in your memory I, I, don't want to let this go I, I, don't. Making my way downtown Walking fast Faces passed And I'm home bound. Staring blankly ahead Just making my way Making my way Through the crowd.