(1) This moving ode is due to be sung tonight at the Frog Hall's final weekend blow out - it's a wake, they insist, not a funeral.(2) Like many of her songs, it's an ode to life's simple pleasures.(3) And much the same could be said of the conclusion to the second choral ode .(4) Dave, bless his warped soul, writes an ode to Neil Diamond that must be read to be believed.(5) Now it's Jack Robertson's turn, a beautifully written ode to being Green.(6) Secondly, Tarn is a master of the experimental romantic ode .(7) Here are the original words of the song, which is an ode to drinking.(8) Every song on this record is an ode to some long-distance lost love.(9) If I could write good poetry I would write an ode to you all.(10) Catherine hummed and sang a hymn that faded quickly from a cheery ode to a mournful dirge.(11) Kipling penned this ode to imperialism as a tribute to the US annexation of the Philippines.(12) In his writing, he can sing an ode to BBQ and Spaghetti Carbonara the way that some folks can write about Michelin Stars.(13) Gone are the lamentable characters of Marcus' tales, replaced by a straightforward ode to maternal love.(14) In Greek drama and in the works of Pindar, odes were sung by a chorus and performed with dance.(15) Then take turns reciting your odes to love.(16) Nowhere in the play do readership issues come to the fore more strikingly than in the five choral odes .