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Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Put all the pervs in jail, bring back Put all the pervs in jail, bring back the birch and cat-o-nine tails. Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Sir John Davies: For what made that in glory shine so For what made that in glory shine so long But poets' Pens, pluckt from Archangels' wings? Sir John Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: What are we living for? Two roomed apartment What are we living for? Two roomed apartment on the second floor? Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: I think that songwriting changed when groups started I think that songwriting changed when groups started spending more time in the studio. Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: There is really no such thing as a There is really no such thing as a secret; everybody likes to tell, and everybody does tell. Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Arty farty, you'll never fool your Aunt, who Arty farty, you'll never fool your Aunt, who knew you picked your nose and wet your pants. Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: How much more complicated life is than the How much more complicated life is than the attainment of a Ph.D. would lead one to believe! Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: A Library goes on as far as thought A Library goes on as far as thought can reach. Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By David Clement-Davies: Wolves hate farewells,... Wolves hate farewells,... David Clement-Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Any theologian understands martyrdom, but only the martyr Any theologian understands martyrdom, but only the martyr experiences the fire. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Art is wine and experience is the brandy Art is wine and experience is the brandy we distill from it. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Virginia Woolf: Mr John Langdon Davies warns women 'that when Mr John Langdon Davies warns women 'that when children cease to be altogether desirable, women cease to be altogether necessary'. — Virginia Woolf
Davies Quotes By Mary Carolyn Davies: The talking oak To the ancient spoke. But The talking oak To the ancient spoke. But any tree Will talk to me. — Mary Carolyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Gavyn Davies: Almost everyone will find something in our services Almost everyone will find something in our services worth paying for. — Gavyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: I'm hurling all the little joys against the I'm hurling all the little joys against the greater sadness. The sadness is a giant weight. It presses down. Its mean: What's the point? — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I'm more inclined to linger in the science I'm more inclined to linger in the science pages of 'The Week' magazine. But my principle obsessions are still watching sitcoms and football. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Compared to the bugs and the spiders and Compared to the bugs and the spiders and flies, I am an apeman. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Boredom and stupidity and patriotism, especially when combined, Boredom and stupidity and patriotism, especially when combined, are three of the greatest evils of the world we live in. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: The world is full of people whose notion The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the idealised past. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: There's no point waking up in the morning There's no point waking up in the morning feeling sorry for yourself. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Samuel Davies: The venerable dead are waiting in my library The venerable dead are waiting in my library to entertain me and relieve me from the nonsense of surviving mortals. — Samuel Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: The art of the quoter is to know The art of the quoter is to know when to stop. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: You're stuck with being yourself, so the important You're stuck with being yourself, so the important thing is to find people who like that. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: My lifelong involvement with Mrs Dempster began at My lifelong involvement with Mrs Dempster began at 5:58 o'clock p.m. on 27 December 1908, at which time I was ten years and seven months old. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: I prefer love scenes to be shot up I prefer love scenes to be shot up close with a lot of focus on eyes and mouths. Otherwise it can feel uncomfortable and voyeuristic. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: You'll go far. How do I know? Because You'll go far. How do I know? Because life is goosing you so hard you'll never stop climbing. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: In your heart there is innocence waiting to In your heart there is innocence waiting to be free. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: The only time I feel at ease is The only time I feel at ease is swinging up and down in a coconut tree. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Jocelyn Davies: Love. The great destroyer of worlds. Love. The great destroyer of worlds. — Jocelyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Russell T. Davies: I hate the idea that I have to I hate the idea that I have to represent any particular section of society; I just write good telly, that's all. — Russell T. Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: And I come to realise that all my And I come to realise that all my small todays, the way I act, will lead into my tomorrows. — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By John Langdon-Davies: By 1960 work will be limited to three By 1960 work will be limited to three hours a day. — John Langdon-Davies
Davies Quotes By Paul Davies: The origin of life is one of the The origin of life is one of the great outstanding mysteries of science. — Paul Davies
Davies Quotes By Debbie Davies: When you are so strongly drawn to music, When you are so strongly drawn to music, you can't not be a musician. — Debbie Davies
Davies Quotes By Jocelyn Davies: Why would he do that? I thoughthe saidhe Why would he do that? I thought
he said
he loved me." "As if I needed a reason to hate him more," Asher muttered, avoiding my gaze. — Jocelyn Davies
Davies Quotes By John Rhys-Davies: I love a good safari. I love a good safari. — John Rhys-Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: I love playing live now more than ever. I love playing live now more than ever. I enjoy it, I think it keeps you young. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Peter Maxwell Davies: I know what I want at least, and I know what I want at least, and the older I get I think I'm better at getting it out of players and singers. — Peter Maxwell Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I'm not a great shopper but I do I'm not a great shopper but I do buy a lot of books. I'm the publishers' friend - I buy a hundred books a year and read four. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Life is only what you wonder. Day is Life is only what you wonder. Day is light as your brightest dream. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: Good rock music always tends to be around. Good rock music always tends to be around. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Peter Maxwell Davies: You can't pander to your audience. You might You can't pander to your audience. You might in the short term, but ultimately you can't hoodwink them, either. — Peter Maxwell Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Love affairs are for emotional sprinters; the pleasures Love affairs are for emotional sprinters; the pleasures of love are for the emotional marathoners. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: I cannot remember a time when I did I cannot remember a time when I did not take it as understood that everybody has at least two, if not twenty-two sides to him. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: True love is really animal. True love is really animal. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Daniel Handler: Either you have the feeling or you don't. Either you have the feeling or you don't. Hawk DaviesDaniel Handler
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: A world without corruption would be a strange A world without corruption would be a strange world indeed - and a damned bad world for lawyers, let me say. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: A foolproof plan for not getting a job A foolproof plan for not getting a job - show up for your interview wearing flip flops. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: 'Hound Dog' is a really short record, and 'Hound Dog' is a really short record, and most singles didn't last three minutes. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Conversation in its true meaning isn't all wagging Conversation in its true meaning isn't all wagging the tongue; sometimes it is a deeply shared silence. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: In the end, it is upon the quality In the end, it is upon the quality and commitment of individuals that all group movements depend. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: The older I get, the more fun it The older I get, the more fun it is to write young people. It's just a holiday from what is becoming old age, really. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: If New Orleans is allowed to die, a If New Orleans is allowed to die, a crucial part of the world's music heritage will disappear. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Nobody who looks as though he enjoyed life Nobody who looks as though he enjoyed life is ever called distinguished, though he is a man in a million. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Mandy Rice-Davies: He would, wouldn't he? He would, wouldn't he? — Mandy Rice-Davies
Davies Quotes By Jacqueline Davies: It's like you miss a year of your It's like you miss a year of your life, — Jacqueline Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: We are the Draft Beer Preservation Society. We are the Draft Beer Preservation Society. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: My family making music was like a folk My family making music was like a folk background, really: banging on tabletops, playing banjo and all kinds of things. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: It seemed to me as if the stones It seemed to me as if the stones sang, in the strangest voices, in the language of Ultima Thule. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I was hugely disappointed that 'Whites' was cancelled. I was hugely disappointed that 'Whites' was cancelled. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: When you can stop you don't want to, When you can stop you don't want to, and when you want to stop, you can't ... — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By Barry Davies: It slid away from his left boot which It slid away from his left boot which was poised with the trigger cocked — Barry Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: We live in a world where bulk is We live in a world where bulk is equated with quality. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Philip Davies: I think in this country [UK] we could I think in this country [UK] we could do with rather less political correctness and more straight talking across the board. — Philip Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Very few [doctors] are men of science in Very few [doctors] are men of science in any very serious sense; they're men of technique. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Norman Davies: The immediate future may be determined by a The immediate future may be determined by a race between the United Kingdom and the EU over which beats the other to a major crisis. — Norman Davies
Davies Quotes By Edward Davies: How do you write a letter on the How do you write a letter on the spur of the moment? And then post it? On the spur of the moment? — Edward Davies
Davies Quotes By Norman Davies: The Fascist utopia, like that of the Communists, The Fascist utopia, like that of the Communists, was false, and generated immense suffering. But there were those who dreamed it sincerely. — Norman Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: You make alterations, affecting your pose, a new You make alterations, affecting your pose, a new house, a new car, a new job, a new nose. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Amias Davies: They're trying to fill you with insanity They're trying to fill you with insanity — Amias Davies
Davies Quotes By Amy Bloom: There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies's There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies's 'The Deptford Trilogy' and Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials.' — Amy Bloom