numerology

Numerology information Sovay:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive

urban

Definition funny of Sovay:

urbanAndrew Bird uses this word on his album "The Mysterious Production of Eggs." Bird explained that it was born during a time of writer's block. Thinking that his muse had left him, Bird cracked open a volume of old English/Irish songs and came across a Dorsetshire version of "The Female Highwayman" that used the name of a girl, 'Sovay.' For whatever reason, it seemed to flood him with inspiration, and he wrote his own song in response. It's an easy-going, lilting little pop song about fighting back against the forces that seek to contain and confine creativity. It's a song about something happening that's never happened before… "and a word washed ashore…"

urbansovay, sovay, sovay all along the day

songs

Songs about Sovay:

songsSovay by Meav from the Album The Calling

songsSovay by Andrew Bird from the Album The Mysterious Production of Eggs

songsSovay by Pentangle from the Album Sweet Child

songsSovay by Andrew Bird from the Album Fingerlings 2

songsSovay by Andrew Bird from the Album Weather Systems

songsSovay by Bert Jansch from the Album Conundrum - Thirteen Down

songsSovay by Pentangle from the Album Light Flight - The Anthology

books

Books about Sovay:

booksSovay by Celia Rees (Jun 22, 2010)

booksSovay, 11 CDs [Complete & Unabridged Audio Work] (2010)

booksSovay by Celia Rees Unabridged CD Aludiobook by Celia Rees and Bianca Amato (2008)

booksLa balade de Sovay (French Edition) by Celia Rees (Dec 1, 2009)

booksSovay - Soyguncu Kiz by Celia Rees (2009)

wiki

Wiki information Sovay:

Sovay
Composition

Sovay is a traditional English folk song about a young woman who dresses and arms herself as a highwayman in order to test her suitor. In disguise she robs her suitor of nearly all his possessions, but even under threat of death he refuses to give up...

Sovay
Composition

Andrew Bird's song, "Sovay", was originally released as a single before appearing as the first track on his album Andrew Bird & the Mysterious Production of Eggs.