Winston Churchill quotes|
Where does the family start?
It starts with a young man
Falling in love with a girl
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'If you were my wife, I'd drink it.'
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|Never frown because you never know |
When someone is falling
In love with your smile
|With the depth of a bottomless pit |
I sink into your eyes.
Through that window I enter a void,
where I wish to be.
Breeze-like kisses on your soft face
my lips secretly wish.
Between the wall and me
there is only you and two heart beats.
Why must a wrong feel like this and,
why do your hands touch beyond skin?
Ecstasy from the nothing,
desire beyond any control.
The want to make you feel
...like a woman,
a reason you were looking for,
|Women will never be equal to men|
Until they can walk down the street bald
And still think they are beautiful!
|MURPHY'S LAWS OF SEX|
|I really believe that if there's any kind of God,|
He wouldn't be in any one of us
---Not you, not me,
But just in the space in between.
If there's some magic in this world,
It must be in the attempt
Of understanding someone else,
Even if it's almost impossible to succeed,
But who cares,...
The answer must be in the attempt.
|From the movie BEFORE SUNRISE|
|Love is so easy to feel, |
But the hardest thing to say
|From the song IF SHE ONLY KNEW by
|What I'd give to run my fingers |
through your hair,
Touch your lips, to hold you near,
When you say your prayers,
Try to understand,
I've made mistakes,
I'm just a man...
|From the song ALWAYS by
|Fate exists but it can only take you so far,|
Because once you're there
It's up to you to make it happen.
|From the movie CAN'T HARDLY WAIT|
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