New York City Lights Quotes

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New York City Lights Quotes & Sayings

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New York City Lights Quotes By Tom Callahan: The dollar bills attached to her hips fluttered The dollar bills attached to her hips fluttered to the rug of the small square stage, like the first flakes of winter in the Bronx. (Dark City Lights) Tom Callahan
New York City Lights Quotes By Annette Meyers: She resents the chipped paint of the table She resents the chipped paint of the table and the dingy closet they call a dressing room. (Dark City Lights) Annette Meyers
New York City Lights Quotes By Jerrold Mundis: I heaved into being, came out of the I heaved into being, came out of the stone, the bricks, and other elements, and took form. (Dark City Lights) Jerrold Mundis
New York City Lights Quotes By Kat Georges: History is finite-there's only so much you can History is finite-there's only so much you can learn about a six square block historic district in New York City. (Dark City Lights) — Kat Georges
New York City Lights Quotes By Eve Kagan: That was 1993 grunge in suburbia. This was That was 1993 grunge in suburbia. This was 2003 hell in Harlem. (Dark City Lights) — Eve Kagan
New York City Lights Quotes By David Levien: The city was a hive from this height, The city was a hive from this height, the people and the yellow cabs moving about in the street below like pre-programmed insects. (Dark City Lights) — David Levien
New York City Lights Quotes By Jodi Lynn Anderson: So many lights you'd think we were living So many lights you'd think we were living in a constellation — Jodi Lynn Anderson
New York City Lights Quotes By Jane Dentinger: Only criminals and madmen walk into Central Park Only criminals and madmen walk into Central Park after midnight...or, occasionally, an actor. (Dark City Lights) — Jane Dentinger