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Plato would have united with Rousseau against the bourgeois in his insistence on the essential humanness of longing for the good, as opposed to careful avoidance of the bad. Neither longing nor enthusiasm belongs to the bourgeois. The story of philosophy and the arts under Rousseaus influence has been the search for, or fabrication of, plausible objects of longing to counter bourgeois well-being and self-satisfaction.

Allan David Bloom

It will be readily admitted that brown tints have never coursed beneath our skin; it will be discovered that yellow shines forth in our flesh, that red blazes, and that green, blue and violet dance upon it with untold charms, voluptuous and caressing.

Umberto Boccioni

There's something 'bout the way the street looks when it's just rained There's a glow off the pavement, you walk me to the car And you know I wanna ask you to dance right there In the middle of the parking lot, yeah

Taylor Swift

With you, I'd dance In a storm, in my best dress Fearless

Taylor Swift

Im so far ahead, I got to save the last dance.

Lil Wayne

There's somethin' 'bout the way the street looks when it's just rained. There's a glow of the pavement. You walk me to the car and you know I wanna ask you to dance right there in the middle of the parking lot. Yeah.

Taylor Swift

There's something about the way the street looks when it's just rained, there's a glow on the pavement, you walk me to the car, and you know i wanna ask you to dance right there, in the middle of the parking lot, yeah

Taylor Swift

On a burning bridge, your options are minimal at best Depending on where you're standing And how much breath is in your chest If it came down to it Would you high-tail home and hide? Or dance on fire and enjoy the ride?

Brandon Boyd

I'll riverdance while that's happening, 'cause it seems to be what I naturally do anyway.

Russell Edward Brand

I learned how to act by watching Martha Graham dance and I learned how to dance by watching Charles Chaplin act.

Louise Brooks

Thou hast thy calling to some palace-floor, Most gracious singer of high poems! where The dancers will break footing, from the care Of watching up thy pregnant lips for more.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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