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A STRANGER CAME CALLING It was Christmas morning, snow gently falling Foot prints in the snow, someone was calling My son answered the door but no one was there My wife noticed a whispery figure move, a man with grey hair "Were you calling?
I was braced for a narrator who had the sort of whispery, saccharine tone that's as relaxing as a Sawzall on a steel pipe, but fortunately, the narrator, Mary Maddux, used an approach that didn't sound like a parent cooing a baby to sleep.
An imagined scene at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition: The whispery swish of a strolling fairgoer's dress falls silent in front of a women's clothing display.
I covered marches, trials, speeches and midnight gatherings with protesters on their knees singing "We Shall Overcome" in whispery voices echoing in the night like a hymn in praise of freedom.
Floating in from the higher mountains, it gently circles the treetops, then makes its whispery way towards the golf cart that brings me down from the reception to the rooms.
However, my voice was whispery and rusty and barely resembled my previous voice.
Now, tip-toeing quietly up behind them comes William Fitzsimmons with his lush, whispery confessionals offsetting the plaid shirts.
The only two explicitly sex-related ads in the Spanish corpus featured ostensively sensual whispery voices.
Peaches's new album, in which the foulmouthed singer, who frequently performs sans pantalon, gives us a whispery, '80s electronic performance with the song "Lose You.
Jobim's stunning compositions, with their ingenious mixture of classical and jazz influences, and Gilberto's whispery voice and signature guitar style, which identified the music's rhythmic identity, came to symbolize the core characteristics of bossa.