And he that will go to bed sober, Falls with the leaf still in October.
1616 The Bloody Brother, act 2, sc.2, song (with Ben Jonson, George Chapman and Philip Massinger).
Care-charming Sleep, thou easer of all woes, Brother to Death.Dario Fo
Best while you have it use your breath, There is no drinking after death.Dario Fo
We are stark naught all, bad's the best of us.Dario Fo
We are beasts now, and the beasts are our masters.Dario Fo
Blush at your faults.Dario Fo
Give me the plumpVenetian, fat, and lusty, That meets me soft and supple, smiles upon me As if a cup of full wine leaped to kiss me.Dario Fo
Health and an able body are two jewels.Dario Fo
Nothing is thought rare Which is not new and follow'd, yet we know That what was worne some twenty yeare agoe, Comes into grace againe.Dario Fo
Thepublic has always expectedmetobea playboyanda decent chap never lets his public down.Dario Fo
Inside this Hollywood playboy is a someway decent actor waiting for a chance to prove it. But, since Hollywood will never give me that chance, I drink toDario Fo
Non si paga, non si paga. We won't pay, we won't pay.Dario Fo