The driving force behind Crocodile Tears
is a Coventry school teacher called Chris Sidwell, who describes this CD collection as `a Lo-fi labour of love'.
The Jubilee era listens to shedders of crocodile tears
and worships money, greed, and abused power.
While the rest were wailing and weeping crocodile tears
, Keane was the only man in the game to tell the Irish to buck up their ideas and stop whingeing about Thierry Henry's handball.
Is it the intention of our political and intellectual "leaders" to sit forever picking 19th-century fluff out of a collective navel while shedding crocodile tears
for an era that never really existed, or, even worse, stumble over every blade of grass or greenery in front of them?
She repeatedly lied and cried "crocodile tears
" during a massive search for Shannon, who went missing on her way home in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, in February.
On the more than slightly out there tip comes the Mumps Crocodile Tears
7" on Sympathy for the Record Industry.
Members of Blondie, Devo, and the Go-Go's numbered among their fans, yet during their original mid '70s run Mumps cut only two independent singles, including the chugging classic "Crocodile Tears
." (According to legend, the band blew a big record deal when Lance declined to blow a big record executive.) Like their Los Angeles counterparts Sparks, the group was ahead of its time--smart-mouthed, vintage suit--wearing bon vivants in an era of safety pins, leather jackets, and art school dropouts.
Most of the characters are insincere--the title character, early on, sheds crocodile tears
at the reported death of her husband, Claudius--so the 20th-century touches in the stylized sets and urban-chic costumes did not clash with the fundamental sophistication of the piece.
Whitehorn and her fellow terrorist activists have been crying buckets of crocodile tears
in letter-writing campaigns to Congress and newspapers conc erning the plight of poor Bottom/Muntaqin.
Who better to combat the "crocodile tears
" of our crafty opponents than Martha?
" is an ultra-low-budget Seattle effort whose good script, fine perfs and outstanding production design make this inventively black, AIDS-themed comedic spin on an old.
Even if you don't believe there's a realistic threat of armed racial conflict, you'd better believe there is a high probability of economic and social decline that will blight the nation's future far more surely than the federal deficit over which so many crocodile tears