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The Piano Has Been Drinking - Tom Waits Play

... , And the piano has been drinking. The piano has been drinking, As the bouncer is a Sumo wrestler, Cream-puff casper milktoast, And the owner is a mental midget, With the I.Q. of a fence post, 'Cause the piano has been drinking. The piano ...

The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) - Tom Waits Play

... a leak And the carpet needs a haircut And the spotlight looks like a prison break And the telephone's out of cigarettes And the balcony is on the make And the piano has been drinking The piano has been drinking And the menus ...

The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) - Dan Hicks

... And the piano has been drinking The piano has been drinking And the bouncer is a Sumo wrestler Cream-puff Casper Milktoast And the owner is a mental midget With the I.Q. of a fence post 'Cause the piano has been drinking The piano ...

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Waitin' For Waits - Richie Cole

... find you Straight to the top of the piano, wait and see Oh, Tom Waits You're just the thing, a boppin' cat like me The piano has been drinking I heard Tom Waits singing Yeah, (?) the piano's drunk, not me He ...

Waitin' For Waits - Tom Waits Play

... find you Straight to the top of the piano, wait and see Oh, Tom Waits You're just the thing, a boppin' cat like me The piano has been drinking I heard Tom Waits singing Yeah, (?) the piano's drunk, not me He ...

Beyond The Borders Of The Imagination - Xmuzik

... chasing after dragons All the familiar spirits In the ashes of eden Where the sky has been eaten The keys to the kingdom are made from skeleton bones The dead mans teeth look like 88keys Of a piano woven from human ...

The Sea-Gull (Act 4) - Anton Chekhov

... is beyond my power. I have suffered continually from the time I lost you and began to write, and my life has been almost unendurable. My youth was suddenly plucked from me then, and I seem now to have lived in this world ...

The Three Sisters (Act 4) - Anton Chekhov

... .... If we could only know, if we could only know! [The music has been growing softer and softer; KULIGIN, smiling happily, brings out the hat and coat; ANDREY wheels out the perambulator in which BOBBY is sitting.] CHEBUTIKIN. [Sings softly ...

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THE DUTCHESS (FULL LYRICS AND INEDTS SONGS) - Black Eyed Peas

... Band As They Play So Feast On The Mood Drink Up The Groove Move Your Hips, Shake Your Thang! Tell The Guitar To Sing Hear The Fever Bells Ring Now Piano Moves 'Cause I Really Wanna See Ya Dancin' I Really Wanna ...

Drinking Blues - Lucille Bogan

... ' Just to drive these blues away Now my heart is achin', and whiskey's all it's takin' Just to drive these blues away And I stay drunk each and every worried day (Spoken to the piano player:) Beat 'em a long time, baby

Snow, Love, And Sludge (Toybox Mix) - Shael Riley

... time, I'm reminded of Maryland, And the vice president, and the president, and his fat but pretty girlfriend. The next morning it's my birthday. I don't tell anyone, letting the rough cut film premieres and hotel room drinking proceed sans any potential ...

All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... on his shoulders like a man's head without the gangly, craning look a kid's head has. He had been a high-school football and the fall before he had been the flashiest thing on the freshman team at State. He got his name ...

The Polish Rider - Ben Lerner

... no doubt has access to it through the credit-card billing address). Rushing over from Sonia?s, we?d felt, giddily, that recovery of the paintings was, if not assured, within reach. That must have been the exhaustion and the vodka; there ...

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The Dirty Version: On Stage, in the Studio, and in the Streets with Ol' Dirty Bastard (excerpt) - Buddha Monk

... made it sometimes play back out of tune because the sampler?s technology had not yet been perfected. But RZA took that shortcoming in the equipment and made the out-of- tune piano part of his sound. He brought string instruments ...

Get in the Mind Shaft - Jack White

... Anything stationary Entire town Feels like it has been cursed The hum won't go away The oldest people around Remember the hum From their childhoods And they say it's always been here And will never go away [Intro: Spoken Word ...

Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire - The Simpsons

... Holidays from The Simpsons" written on it. The Simpsons family then sing "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer" (a la Simpson) over the closing credits. Grampa is sat at the piano. Bart and Lisa interrupt the song. All: Rudolph the Red nosed ...

Treehouse of Horror IV - The Simpsons

... ! (screams and runs off) BART We had a story to go with this painting, but it was far too intense. So we just threw something together with vampires. Enjoy! Kent Brockman delivers the news. KENT Another local peasant has been found ...

The Catcher in the Rye (Chap. 20) - J.D. Salinger

... do their stuff, but they weren't there. A flitty-looking guy with wavy hair came out and played the piano, and then this new babe, Valencia, came out and sang. She wasn't any good, but she was better than old Tina ...

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The Great Gatsby (Chapter III) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... proportions of a scandal?then died away. A caddy retracted his statement, and the only other witness admitted that he might have been mistaken. The incident and the name had remained together in my mind. Jordan Baker instinctively avoided clever, shrewd men ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VIII) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... with a sort of splash upon the keys of a ghostly piano. There was an inexplicable amount of dust everywhere, and the rooms were musty, as though they hadn?t been aired for many days. I found the humidor on an unfamiliar table, with ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 13) - Joseph Conrad

... , limp, without force. And madness and despair are a force. And force is a crime in the eyes of the fools, the weak and the silly who rule the roost. You are mediocre. Verloc, whose affair the police has managed to smother ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 4) - Joseph Conrad

... interrogatively: ?Been sitting long here?? ?An hour or more,? answered the other negligently, and took a pull at the dark beer. All his movements?the way he grasped the mug, the act of drinking, the way he set the heavy glass ...

All Prologue - ​The Wire

... -sentencing report is a mere formality. Mr. Hilton has been found guilty of killing a state's witness who testified in this very courtroom. He did so in cold blood and for pay. Unless the pre-sentence report indicates that he is, in ...

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chap. 17) - Mark Twain

... pictures painted on them of castles with vines all down the walls, and cattle coming down to drink. There was a little old piano, too, that had tin pans in it, I reckon, and nothing was ever so lovely as to hear ...

The Gilded Age (Chap. 21) - Mark Twain

... never do again what has been done before. It is this uncertainty that causes women, considered as materials for fiction, to be so interesting to themselves and to others.         As the fall went on and the winter, Ruth did not ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 22) - Mark Twain

... . If that goes on, one of us has got to take water. It is enough that my cherished dreams of Venice have been blighted forever as to the romantic gondola and the gorgeous gondolier; this system of destruction shall go ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter III)” - Dr. Jeremy Dean

... proportions of a scandal?then died away. A caddy retracted his statement, and the only other witness admitted that he might have been mistaken. The incident and the name had remained together in my mind. Jordan Baker instinctively avoided clever, shrewd men ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book I) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... yet when she speaks of her betrothed with so much warmth and affection, I feel like the soldier who has been stripped of his honours and titles, and deprived of his sword.                                 JULY 16 How my heart beats when by accident ...

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The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book II) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... for the blessings of the Eternal, and received his gifts with the grateful feelings of a thankful heart.                                 NOVEMBER 8 Charlotte has reproved me for my excesses, with so much tenderness and goodness! I have lately been in the habit of drinking more ...

A Living Chattel (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... . It is a feeling known to the actor who has been hissed and is making his exit from the stage, and to the young dandy who has received a blow on the back of the head and is being led away in ...

Ariadne (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... love is despised, sensuality is ridiculed and inspires repulsion, and the greatest success is enjoyed by those tales and novels in which women are beautiful, poetical, and exalted; and if the Russian has been for years in ecstasies over Raphael ...

From The Diary Of A Violent-Tempered Man (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... think of something popular, something within the range of her understanding. After a moment's thought I say: "The cutting down of forests has been greatly detrimental to the prosperity of Russia. . . ." "Nicolas," sighs Nadenka, and her nose begins to turn red, "Nicolas ...

The Bet (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... plot, sensational and fantastic stories, and so on. In the second year the piano was silent in the lodge, and the prisoner asked only for the classics. In the fifth year music was audible again, and the prisoner asked for ...

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The Duel (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... of the piano float from the house; one hears the train passing. . . ." Laevsky laughed with pleasure; tears came into his eyes, and to cover them, without getting up, he stretched across the next table for the matches. "I have not been ...

The Lady With The Toy Dog (Chap. 3) - Anton Chekhov

... he kept on walking up and down the street, and round the fence, waiting for his opportunity. He saw a beggar go in at the gate and the dogs attack him. He heard a piano and the sounds came faintly to his ...

The Sea-Gull (Act 2) - Anton Chekhov

... . But a man sees her who chances to come that way, and he destroys her out of idleness, as this gull here has been destroyed. [A pause. ARKADINA appears at one of the windows.] ARKADINA Boris! Where are you? TRIGORIN I am coming ...

The Three Sisters (Act 1) - Anton Chekhov

... us three hasn't been beautiful yet; it has been stifling us as if it was weeds... I'm crying. I oughtn't.... [Dries her tears, smiles] We must work, work. That is why we are unhappy and look at the world so sadly; we ...

The Three Sisters (Act 2) - Anton Chekhov

... go on sitting by yourself, thinking of something?goodness knows what. Come and let's make peace. Let's have some cognac. [They drink] I expect I'll have to play the piano all night, some rubbish most likely... well, so be it! SOLENI ...

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The Wife (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... Zemstvo refuses to assist them, on the ground that their names have been taken off the register of this district, and that they are now reckoned as inhabitants of Tomsk; and, besides, the Zemstvo has no money. "Laying these facts ...

The Wife (Chap. 6) - Anton Chekhov

... put a piece of ham on my plate and I ate it submissively. "Repetitia est mater studiorum," said Sobol, hastening to drink off another wineglassful. "Would you believe it, the joy of seeing good people has driven away my sleepiness? I have turned ...

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