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Headed For Nowhere - Triumph Play

... let you take me down, so I'll see you 'round CHORUS: Headed for nowhere, I don't want to go there I know you've been leading me on Headed for nowhere, I know that you don't care, so Don't try to drag me ...

Lust For Power - New Model Army Play

... me when I fall Now the daylight hours pass like the people I have lost In the triumph of the hour, in the bloody cause - lust for power Like a vision she dances through the shafts of light Everything I've ever dreamed about ...

The Confidence-Man (Chap. 29) - Herman Melville

... and all sorts of subtle tricksters sticking to cold water, the better to keep a cool head for business."         "A wicked thought, indeed!" cried the stranger, feelingly.         "Yes," leaning over the table on his ...

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

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

Youth (Part 2) - Joseph Conrad

... holding to our main-chains with the boat-hook did not deign to lift his head for a glance. I thought people who had been blown up deserved more attention. "A little man, dry like a ...

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

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

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

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter III)” (2) - CDube

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter III)” - Mr. Slack

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter III)” - Challenge Education

... , and no French bob touched Gatsby?s shoulder, and no singing quartets were formed with Gatsby?s head for one link. ?I beg your pardon.? Gatsby?s butler was suddenly standing beside us. ?Miss Baker?? he ...

Run - P.O.D. Play

... you loose your grip you begin to slip Death is just waiting one to trip Heading down the path to nowhere No one can hear me cause nobody's there Life gets darker and there is no ...

Close To The Edge - Yes Play

... Man The time between the notes relates the color to the scenes A constant vogue of triumphs dislocate man, so it seems And space between the focus shape ascend knowledge of love ...

Guitarred And Feathered - Every Time I Die Play

... peace. Every candidate ends his life with a cliche, and the paths of glory lead to nowhere but the grave. I've been spoiled rotten. Every thought I've authored has curdled. Not everything ...

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The Appian Way - Jeff Wayne Play

... Roman Standards that Crassus had recaptured were lifted up and carried off in triumph, I watched as the hawk dropped from the sky and perched upon the head of one of the great Golden Eagles and again and again cried out ...

And Then There Was Silence - Blind Guardian

... All the bliss and beauty will be gone Will my weary soul find release for a while At the moment of death I will smile It's the triumph of shame and disease Iliad Raise my hands and praise the day Break the ...

Rosa Alchemica - William Butler Yeats

... to none, but held myself apart, individual, indissoluble, a mirror of polished steel: I looked in the triumph of this imagination at the birds of Hera, glowing in the firelight as though they ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 43) - Thomas Hardy

... , which had, in Bathsheba's wild imagining, turned her companion's failure to success, her humiliation to triumph, her lucklessness to ascendency; it had thrown over herself a garish light of mockery, and set ...

The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 14) - Thomas Hardy

... of herself by dress. But no. The reasonableness of almost everything that Elizabeth did was nowhere more conspicuous than in this question of clothes. To keep in the rear of opportunity ...

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The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.6) - Thomas Hardy

... it lay what may be called the linguistic peculiarity of the heath; and being audible nowhere on earth off a heath, it afforded a shadow of reason for the woman's tenseness, which continued as unbroken as ever. Throughout the blowing of these ...

The Woodlanders (Chap. 25) - Thomas Hardy

... , and receiving their compliments with all the pleasure of old-comradeship. Fitzpiers experienced a profound distaste for the situation. Melbury was nowhere in the room, but Melbury's wife, perceiving the doctor, came to him. ?We thought, Grace ...

Mary Stuart (Act 4 Scene 4) - Friedrich Schiller

... A bloody, monstrous, unexpected fate; All, all will be ascribed to my suggestions! I see no rescue! nowhere?ha! Who comes? [MORTIMER enters in the most violent uneasiness, and looks with apprehension round ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 3) - Martin Luther

... Christ. But Christ's righteousness is unconquerable. The result is inevitable. Sin is defeated and righteousness triumphs and reigns forever. In the same manner was death defeated. Death is emperor of the ...

Dollar Arizona - Verbal McMahon

... just remain Only wavy when you going with the grain From the lower level, ain't nowhere to go but up I got quicker flows but for this tempo I'ma slow it up I know some niggas know wassup Winter passed, it was ...

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Doing Life - Tunnel Rats

... It gets scary yo so where you at? Gun clap sound the stereo I'm preparing those for warfare [?] aerials [?] nowhere Real heads [?] fed by bread alone Led by the Word it hurts I bust lead [Hook: Raphi] That's ...

The Prelude (Book. 1) - William Wordsworth

... parcelled out and all With crosses and with cyphers scribbled o'er, We schemed and puzzled, head opposed to head In strife too humble to be named in verse: Or round the naked table, snow- ...

The Prelude (Book. 3) - William Wordsworth

... precursors to the night of death. As if awakened, summoned, roused, constrained, I looked for universal things; perused The common countenance of earth and sky: Earth, nowhere unembellished by some trace Of that first Paradise whence man was driven; And sky ...

Prejudices of Philosophers (I) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... stronger and more fastidious senses than our contemporaries, but who knew how to find a higher triumph in remaining masters of them: and this by means of pale, cold, grey conceptional networks ...

The Dawn of Day (Book III) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... . 172. Tragedy and Music.?Men of essentially warlike disposition, such, for example, as the ancient Greeks in the time of Æschylus, are difficult to rouse, and when pity once triumphs over their hardness they are seized as by a kind of ...

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Moby-Dick (Chap. 82: The Honour and Glory of Whaling) - Herman Melville

... the whole roll of our order. Our grand master is still to be named; for like royal kings of old times, we find the head waters of our fraternity in nothing short of the great gods themselves. That wondrous oriental ...

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... another reason. Several of them caught cold and died. Water is not good for certain races--except as a beverage." John laughed, and then decided to nod his head in sober agreement. Braddock Washington made him uncomfortable. "All these negroes are ...

Winter Dreams - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... artificial--convincing. "I don't know what we're supposed to do now," said the nurse, looking nowhere in particular. "Oh, that's all right. I'll fix it up. Dexter stood perfectly still, his ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 2.2) - Thucydides

... other forces in Sicily, and with faction already dominant in the city, they could still for three years make head against their original adversaries, joined not only by the Sicilians, but also by their own ...

Transition from popular moral philosophy to the metaphysic of morals - Immanuel Kant

... from indolence, people are ready to think is also the case with all other notions); for or is to prepare for them a certain triumph. I am willing to admit out of love of humanity that even most of our actions ...

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Circles (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... . Augustine described the nature of God as a circle whose centre was everywhere and its circumference nowhere. We are all our lifetime reading the copious sense of this first of forms. One ...

Introductory Lecture on the Times - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... creative. That is alive. That alone can make a man other than he is. Here or nowhere resides unbounded energy, unbounded power. The new voices in the wilderness crying "Repent," have revived a ...

Nature (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... is the ridicule of the class, that they arrive with pains and sweat and fury nowhere; when all is done, it is for nothing. They are like one who has interrupted the conversation of a company to make his ...

Nature (Short Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... is the ridicule of the class, that they arrive with pains and sweat and fury nowhere; when all is done, it is for nothing. They are like one who has interrupted the conversation of a company to make his ...

The Method of Nature - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... doing; that all seems just begun; remote aims are in active accomplishment. We can point nowhere to anything final; but tendency appears on all hands: planet, system, constellation, total nature is ...

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Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... muffled like the beating of a heart -- the heart of a conquering darkness. It was a moment of triumph for the wilderness, an invading and vengeful rush which, it seemed to me, I would have to ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 13) - Joseph Conrad

... you?or are your triumphs so far incomplete?for blood alone puts a seal on greatness? Blood. Death. Look at history.? ?You be damned,? said Ossipon, without turning his head. ?Why? Let that be the hope of the weak, whose theology ...

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