Now come and join the living, its not so far from you And its getting nearer, soon it will all be true Oh peace train sounding louder
The louder he talked of his honour, the faster we counted our spoons.1860 The Conduct of Life,'Worship'.
Please write music like Wagner, only louder.Note to a composer of a forthcoming film soundtrack. Recalled on his death, 31 Jan1974.
Not louder shrieks to pitying heav'n are cast, When husbands or when lapdogs breathe their last.Alexander Pope
She understood how much louder a cockcan crow in its own farmyard then elsewhere.Anthony Trollope
An aged man is but a paltry thing, A tattered coat upon a stick, unless Soul clap its hands and sing, and louder sing For every tatter in its mortal dress.1926 'Sailing to Byzantium', stanza 8. Collected in TheTower (1928).
A boo is a lot louder than a cheer, if you have 10 people cheering and one person booing all you hear is the booing.lance armstrong
The whole trouble with a folk song is that once you have played it through there is nothing much you can do except play it over again and play it rather louder. Most Russian music, indeed, consists in ringing changes on this device, skilfully disguised though the fact may be.Constant Lambert
The capacity for imaginative reflex, for moral risk in any human being is not limitless; on the contrary, it can be rapidly absorbed by fictions, and thus the cry in the poem may come to sound louder, more urgent, more real than the cry in the street outside. The death in the novel may move us more potently than the death in the next room.George Steiner
With the growing urgency of climate change, we cannot have it both ways. We cannot shout from the rooftops about the dangers of global warming and then turn around and shout even louder about the "dangers" of windmills.david suzuki
Actions speak louder than words.Meaning: "What you do is more important than what you say, or what you promise to do."
I, who loved and knew you, In the city that slew you, Still hunger on, and thirst, and climb, proud-hearted and alone: Serpent-fears enfold me, Syren-visions hold me, And, like a wave, I gather strength, and gathering strength, I moan; Yea, the pale moon beckons, Still I follow, aching, And gather strength, only to make a louder moan, in breaking!robert williams buchanan
It was as if, at moments, we were perpetually coming into sight of subjects before which we must stop short, turning suddenly out of alleys that we perceived to be blind, closing with a little bang that made us look at each other for, like all bangs, it was something louder than we had intended the doors we had indiscreetly opened.Henry James
Nature is supposed to become greater to me than people. It ought to speak louder from me. I should feel small in the face of nature's enormity.paula modersohn-becker
At a certain point the two cigars fell at our feet in the snow and then we heard them whispering up there and moving about and then came a sigh louder than the others. When we looked up we could see nothing but the withered vine leaves and thousands of stars in the frosty sky. Nuto said "The blackguards" through his clenched teeth.cesare pavese
Then flash'd the living lightning from her eyes, And screams of horror rend th' affrighted skies, Not louder shrieks to pitying Heaven are cast, When husbands, or when lap dogs, breathe their last; Or when rich China vessels fallen, from high, In glittering dust and painted fragments lie.Alexander Pope
It was as if, at moments, we were perpetually coming into sight of subjects before which we must stop short, turning suddenly out of alleys that we perceived to be blind, closing with a little bang that made us look at each other for, like all bangs, it was something louder than we had intended the doors we had indiscreetly opened.Ch. XIII (The Turn of the Screw (1898))
The linden in the fervors of July Hums with a louder concert.william cullen bryant
Hark! The numbers soft and clear, gently steal upon the ear. Now louder, and yet louder rise and fill with spreading sounds the skies.Alexander Pope
How soft the music of those village bells, Falling at intervals upon the ear In cadence sweet; now dying all away, Now pealing loud again, and louder still, Clear and sonorous, as the gale comes on! With easy force it opens all the cells Where Memory slept.william cowper
louder, I don't hear so good. Who: Don CiccioNote: Vito Corleone was telling him his father's name. After he said this, Vito responds "My father's name was Antonio Andolini...and this is for you!" and slices open his chest, avenging his murdered family.
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