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Lipstick And Leather - Y&T Play

... , I said This must be love or I'm goin' insane There's such a thin, thin line between pleasure and pain Lipstick and Leather Black and red, oh yeah! Lipstick and Leather Black and red... The girl gets around Red lips like a traffic light ...

The Blessing - Slowmotion Apocalypse Play

... I crave Beware my practices ?cause I... Hurt myself to death only to survive A matter of perception A thin line between pleasure and pain Is this what they call insanity? A self-blessing in grief I always liked the taste of ...

A Thin Line Between Profound And Profane - With Faith Or Flames Play

... if it were our only song for the wicked here are brewing and a dark day we shall name as we surround ourselves in pleasure we subject ourselves to pain the life of a sinner is a song you've yet to sing ...

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Dead Man Walking - Amir Sulaiman

... when Our mothers cry So now I?m walking the thin line Between love and hate Between words that are spoken And beats that break There?s a thin line between A bullet in the chamber And the bullet in the brain I?m civilized, sane, with ...

Partners In Crime - Pretty Maids Play

... on a thin line While Danny's looking for an alibi Little sinners living on the wild side Face to face Out of place Out of time Out in the streets With a thousand faces Where lovers meet In pleasure and pain Out ...

Danger Zone - Altaria

Walking a thin line, Between having it all, And taking a fall. Remember yesterday? A future so bright, A shooting star. Now I'm ready to face, New beginnings. Take me to the danger zone. Like a war lord, addicted to power. I will rise and conquer it. ...

On the Genealogy of Morals, Second Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... by now ineradicable idea derive its power, the idea of an equivalence between punishment and pain? I have already given away the answer: in the contractual relationship between creditor and debtor, which is, in general, as ancient as the idea of ...

Typee (Chap. 8) - Herman Melville

... top of the second elevation, the loftiest of those I have described as extending in parallel lines between us and the valley we desired to reach. It commanded a view of the whole intervening distance ...

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The Senses And Mental Pictures - Lucretius

... spots, around the wet and trickling Enclosures of the tongue. And contrariwise, They sting and pain the sense with their assault, According as with roughness they're supplied. Next, only up to palate is the pleasure Coming from flavour; for ...

Experience - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... him up in it? or if the web is too finely woven, too irritable by pleasure and pain, so that life stagnates from too much reception, without due outlet? Of what use to ...

Experience (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... him up in it? or if the web is too finely woven, too irritable by pleasure and pain, so that life stagnates from too much reception, without due outlet? Of what use to ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 4) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , carried through a series of adventures furnishing brilliant opportunities to his talent? See with what care and pleasure the poet brings him on the stage. Helen is pointing out to Priam, from a tower, ...

Grief And Oblivion (Chap. 1) - Marcel Proust

... lies no longer between a certain pleasure ? which has become by force of habit, and perhaps by the insignificance of its object, almost nothing ? and other pleasures, which tempt and thrill us, but between these latter pleasures and something that is ...

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Joy - Zadie Smith

... useful to distinguish between pleasure and joy. But maybe everybody does this very easily, all the time, and only I am confused. A lot of people seem to feel that joy is only the most intense version of pleasure, arrived at by ...

Works and Days - Hesiod

... on thin warp. In this clothe yourself so that your hair may keep still and not bristle and stand upon end all over your body. Lace on your feet close-fitting boots of the hide of a slaughtered ox, thickly lined ...

Pain and Pleasure - Intuiton

... the past ain't gonna help the future [Hook 2x] And my eyes openend wider that day than ever And I finally saw the fine line between pain and pleasure And I've never (And I've never) felt quite so exposes When I noticed ...

I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream - Harlan Ellison

... against a wall niche formed by two great machines with glass-faced dials that swung back and forth between red and yellow lines whose meanings we could not even fathom. Sliding across the deckplates, the tips of my ...

Odi Et Amo - Elizaveta Play

... line between a lover and enemy's grown thin Too late for the sinner to be saved Your heart is the mystery I craved You're pushing me too far You've brought me to my knees When pain becomes to pleasure And ...

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Christabel - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... she view'd, a vision fell Upon the soul of Christabel, The vision of fear, the touch and pain! She shrunk and shudder'd, and saw again (Ah, woe is me! was it for thee, Thou gentle maid! such sights ...

Venus and Adonis - William Shakespeare

... , I'll quench them with my tears. 'The sun that shines from heaven shines but warm, And, lo, I lie between that sun and thee: The heat I have from thence doth little harm, Thine eye darts forth the fire ...

All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... enough to do what they were supposed to do. Sugar-Boy was driving the Cadillac, and it was a pleasure to watch him. Or it would have been if you could detach your imagination from ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 4.2) - Thomas Hardy

... round by a side wicket into the garden, and Geoffrey went upstairs. It was the custom in Mellstock and its vicinity to discuss matters of pleasure and ordinary business inside the house, and to reserve the garden for very important affairs ...

Apéritif - Hannibal

... line, sits, then lays down obediently. WILL GRAHAM (CONT?D): That?s right. INT. WILL GRAHAM?S BATHROOM - SHOWER - NIGHT Will lets the hot water wash over him, surrounded by steam. The steam GROWS MORE DENSE and then slowly and only slightly, THINS ...

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The Prelude (Book. 7) - William Wordsworth

... -house lustres thrown without reserve On every object near. The Boy had been The pride and pleasure of all lookers-on In whatsoever place, but seemed in this A sort of alien scattered ...

Colasterion - John Milton

... pleas'd to stay, which cuts off the supposal of any great hatred or disquiet between them; seeing the Infidel had liberty to depart at pleasure; and so this comparison avails nothing. Your third Argument is from Deut. 22. If a man ...

A People's History of the United States (Chapter 9: Slavery Without Submission) - Howard Zinn

... of 1860 as candidate of the new Republican party, was a long series of policy clashes between South and North. The clash was not over slavery as a moral institution-most northerners did not care ...

The Dawn of Day (Book II) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... to mankind: this goal would then be something that would depend upon our own will and pleasure. Provided that mankind in general agreed to adopt such a goal, it could then impose a moral ...

Winter - James Thomson (poet)

... , That see Bootes urge his tardy wain, A boisterous race, by frosty Caurus pierced, Who little pleasure know and fear no pain, Prolific swarm. They once relumed the flame Of lost mankind in polished slavery sunk; Drove ...

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Idylls of the King - Gareth and Lynette - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... , Gareth leaning both hands heavily Down on the shoulders of the twain, his men, Approached between them toward the King, and asked, 'A boon, Sir King (his voice was all ashamed), For see ye not how weak ...

The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids - Herman Melville

... dragon-fly wing -- that it forms an airbridge here, like a suspended cobweb, between two more separated rollers; and flowing over the last one, and under again, and doubling about there out of sight for a minute among all those mixed cylinders ...

Satyricon (Part One) - Gaius Petronius

... suppos'd to be the cause of our departure: I'll take no notice Of what words and blows past between them; I know not every Particular: I'll only say, TryphÅ?na, the mother of mischief, had ...

The Critique of Pure Reason; Introduction - Immanuel Kant

... pure. Hence, although the highest principles and fundamental Conceptions of morality are certainly cognitions a priori, yet they do Not belong to transcendental philosophy; because, though they certainly Do not lay the conceptions of pain, pleasure, desires, inclinations Etc. (which are ...

Compensation (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... of one stem. Punishment is a fruit that unsuspected ripens within the flower of the pleasure which concealed it. Cause and effect, means and ends, seed and fruit, cannot be severed; for the effect already blooms in the cause, the end ...

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History - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... fire, met his heart precisely as they meet mine. Then the vaunted distinction between Greek and English, between Classic and Romantic schools, seems superficial and pedantic. When a thought of Plato becomes a thought to me, -- when a truth that fired the soul ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... robbed, he restored: if a woman gave him pleasure, he supported her in pain: he never forgot his children: and whoso touched his finger, drew after it his whole body." Even the line of heroes is not utterly extinct. There is ...

Prudence (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... their value as proofs of the energy of the spirit. If a man lose his balance and immerse himself in any trades or pleasures for their own sake, he may be a good wheel or pin, but he is not a ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 3) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... man enriched, in repeating the old experiments of animal sensation, nor unless through new powers and ascending pleasures, he knows himself by the actual experience of higher good, to be already on the ...

Heart of Darkness (Section I) - Joseph Conrad

... at hearing the old chap yell, made a tentative jab with a spear at the white man -- and of course it went quite easy between the shoulder-blades. Then the whole population cleared into the forest, expecting all kinds of ...

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The Secret Agent (Chap. 3) - Joseph Conrad

... confusion of intersecting lines suggested a rendering of cosmic chaos, the symbolism of a mad art attempting the inconceivable. The artist never turned his head; and in all his soul?s application to the task his back quivered, his thin neck, sunk into ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 5) - Joseph Conrad

... beset Chief Inspector Heat till he evolved a horrible notion that ages of atrocious pain and mental torture could be contained between two successive winks of an eye. And meantime the Chief Inspector went on, peering at the table with a calm ...

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