Rolls over is the head of the third; and Singer of the fourth.
The river which makes it rolls over rocky ledges into the tide.
The cherry is put on an inclined plane so that it rolls over the hole.
Sprinkle water on a dusty floor, it rolls over it in globules.
It rolls over you, and it rolls on; and then you cry out no more.
The report is followed by a suppressed bawl, and he rolls over.
Bruised and dazed with the stoning, she rolls over and over, right into the jaws.
Luck is my pup, he lays down and rolls over whenever I say the word.
I fear she will have to expire unless she rolls over at once.
It is just a great wave of sound that rolls over you as smooth as glass.