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Fountainhead - Hands Like Houses

Here I am, the hammer strikes one, two, three I'm impatiently tapping my feet In a murmuring room full of critics and fakers All waiting to take their seat The ...

Fountainhead (Unbound) - Hands Like Houses

[Intro] Here I am The hammer strikes one-two-three I'm impatiently tapping my feet In a murmuring room full of critics and fakers All waiting to take their seat [Verse 1] ...

Better Day - Saving Jane Play

I have been asleep so long now All locked up without a key I have tapped my feet impatient For a change to come to me I've been hanging my hair outside of this tower Waiting for a savior when all along I had the power ...

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I and My Chimney - Herman Melville

... square feet?room enough, in all conscience, for a secret closet.         "But, Mr. Scribe," said I, stroking my chin, "have you allowed for the walls, both main and sectional? They take up some space, you know."         "Ah, I had forgotten that," tapping his ...

Black Sunday - Jethro Tull Play

... soon Pick up my feet and kick off my lethargy Down to the gate with the old mood upon me Get out and chase the small immortality born in the minute of my next returning Impatient feet tapping and cigarette ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 4.6) - Thomas Hardy

... best for us, though she does not know it; I see only dire poverty ahead from my feet to the grave; for I can be accepted as teacher no more. I shall probably have enough ...

GG Chapter 2 - AS - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... of is money. I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she gave me the bill you?d of thought she had my appendicitis out.? ?What was the name of the woman?? asked Mrs. McKee ?Mrs ...

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

... of is money. I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she gave me the bill you?d of thought she had my appendicitis out.? ?What was the name of the woman?? asked Mrs. McKee. ?Mrs ...

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

... ?t an end in itself, I made an excuse at the first possible moment, and got to my feet. ?Where are you going?? demanded Gatsby in immediate alarm. ?I?ll be back.? ?I?ve got to ...

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

... of is money. I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she gave me the bill you?d of thought she had my appendicitis out.? ?What was the name of the woman?? asked Mrs. McKee. ?Mrs ...

The Three Sisters (Act 1) - Anton Chekhov

... 's enough, quite enough.... [Wipes his face] I couldn't sleep all night and now I can't quite find my feet, so to speak. I read until four o'clock, then tried to sleep, but nothing happened. I thought ...

Place-Names: The Name (Chapter 4) - Marcel Proust

... they were self-sufficient, but like fresh rungs of the ladder on which I might set my feet, which were going to allow me to advance a step further and finally to attain the ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter V)” - Sarah Redmond

... ?t an end in itself, I made an excuse at the first possible moment, and got to my feet. ?Where are you going?? demanded Gatsby in immediate alarm. ?I?ll be back.? ?I?ve got to ...

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

... of is money. I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she gave me the bill you?d of thought she had my appendicitis out.? ?What was the name of the woman?? asked Mrs. McKee. ?Mrs ...

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

... of is money. I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she gave me the bill you?d of thought she had my appendicitis out.? ?What was the name of the woman?? asked Mrs. McKee. ?Mrs ...

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

... ?t an end in itself, I made an excuse at the first possible moment, and got to my feet. ?Where are you going?? demanded Gatsby in immediate alarm. ?I?ll be back.? ?I?ve got to ...

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

... ?t an end in itself, I made an excuse at the first possible moment, and got to my feet. ?Where are you going?? demanded Gatsby in immediate alarm. ?I?ll be back.? ?I?ve got to ...

WTF Collective 3 - Jon Lajoie

... have a serious problem, communicating was hard Yo, I'm MC Constipation It has been three days since My last bowel movement, I'm starting to get impatient Spent hours on the toilet, yet nothing ever comes out of it Intestines like politicians, ...

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Jude the Obscure (Chap. 2.7) - Thomas Hardy

... assumed, rightly as it happened, to be hers. Jude stepped close to the wall, and tapped with his finger on the pane, saying impatiently, ?Sue, Sue!? She must have recognized his voice, for the light disappeared from the apartment ...

The Woodlanders (Chap. 35) - Thomas Hardy

... somebody else came to the door below?a foot-fall light as a roe's. There was a hurried tapping upon the panel, as if with the impatient tips of fingers whose owner thought not whether a knocker were there or no. Without a pause, ...

Apéritif - Hannibal

... . F.B.I. HEADQUARTERS - BATHROOM - NEXT DAY Will pats his face dry with paper towels as Jack ENTERS, impatient, having been looking for Will for some time. JACK CRAWFORD: What are you doing in ...

Cut Glass Bowl - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... 'll have to hurry, Harold," she finished, standing in the doorway. "Why?" he asked a trifle impatiently; "you're not dressed yourself yet, Evie." He stretched out in a Morris chair and unfolded a ...

Ms. T U.S. Lit. P4 // The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... punctilious manner in the shape of restlessness. He was never quite still; there was always a tapping foot somewhere or the impatient opening and closing of a hand. He saw me looking with admiration at his car. ?It?s ...

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

... punctilious manner in the shape of restlessness. He was never quite still; there was always a tapping foot somewhere or the impatient opening and closing of a hand. He saw me looking with admiration at his car. ?It?s ...

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

... Jordan. ?I don?t want to get stalled in this baking heat.? Tom threw on both brakes impatiently, and we slid to an abrupt dusty stop under Wilson?s sign. After a moment the proprietor ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII - zapFV) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... Jordan. ?I don?t want to get stalled in this baking heat.? Tom threw on both brakes impatiently, and we slid to an abrupt dusty stop under Wilson?s sign. After a moment the proprietor ...

Winter Dreams - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... ," said Devlin with no particular interest; "Judy Jones she was once." "Yes, I knew her." A dull impatience spread over him. He had heard, of course, that she was married--perhaps deliberately he ...

Wee's - Higher Plateau

... so let me oxynfree I'm settled in to get the mic and just exhaust my heat Impatient flow that seems to grow and make you stomp your feet Incredible like a super hero out to fend the bullies Extra ordinary like a super ...

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Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... all his life. He had given me some reason to infer that it was his impatience of comparative poverty that drove him out there. "'. . . Who was not his friend who had ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.6) - Joseph Conrad

... governing the sale of her influence in high places. Then, significantly, and with a touch of impatience, "Allez," she added, "et dites bien a votre bonhomme?entendez-vous??qu'il faut avaler la ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.8) - Joseph Conrad

... presence of a coward, however passive, brings an element of treachery into a dangerous situation. Nostromo's nervous impatience passed into gloomy thoughtfulness. Decoud, in an undertone, as if speaking to himself, remarked that, ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... , feeling ready to take her in his arms and press her to his breast, where impatience and compassion dwelt side by side. But except for a short shudder Mrs Verloc remained apparently ...

Victory (Chap. 4.12) - Joseph Conrad

... here and started talking to you?as tired as if I had been pouring my life-blood here on these planks for you to dabble your white feet in." Unmoved, she nodded at him thoughtfully. Woman-like, all her faculties remained ...

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Brave New World (Chapter 6) - Aldous Huxley

... ," said Lenina, producing a bright treasure of sleep-taught wisdom. Bernard pushed away the proffered glass impatiently.                         "Now don't lose your temper," she said. "Remember one cubic centimetre cures ten gloomy sentiments."                         " ...

The Pied Piper of Hamelin - Robert Browning

... the scarf's end hung a pipe; And his fingers, they noticed, were ever straying As if impatient to be playing Upon this pipe, as low it dangled Over his vesture so old- ...

The Faun - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... to keep his simple heart warm.? ?Ah, the Faun!? cried Hilda, with a little gesture of impatience; ?I have been looking at him too long; and now, instead of a beautiful statue, immortally young, I ...

The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 12) - Mark Twain

... , with all that are his belongings."         Still the boy stood, and moved not; more, he tapped the floor once or twice with his small impatient foot. Hendon was wholly perplexed. Said he?         "Bless us, what is it?"         "Prithee pour the ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 3) - Emily Brontë

... give me light, and I have got the time on with writing for twenty minutes; but my companion is impatient, and proposes that we should appropriate the dairywoman?s cloak, and have a scamper on the moors, ...

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Dante and the Lobster - Samuel Beckett

... the proof, a rapid shorthand of the real facts, and Belacqua was bogged indeed. Bored also, impatient to get on to Piccarda. Still he pored over the enigma, he would not concede ...

The Cattle-Dealers (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... man. No answer. The motionless figure is evidently asleep. The old man clears his throat impatiently and, shrinking from the penetrating damp, walks round the engine, and as he does so ...

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