jordancing:

"In My Life"

The Beatles

There are places I remember
All my life though some have changed
Some forever not for better
Some have gone and some remain
All these places have their moments
With lovers and friends I still can recall
Some are dead and some are living
In my life I’ve loved them all

But of all these friends and lovers
There is no one compares with you
And these memories lose their meaning
When I think of love as something new
Though I know I’ll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I’ll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

Though I know I’ll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I’ll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

In my life I love you more

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whilecinemavisionsdancedinmyhead:

Persona (1966)

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theroomisonfiree:

The Strokes at The Chelsea - The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

pg by Erina Uemura

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civilised-my-syphilised-yarbles:

emperornorton47:

One of the most feared of all London’s street gangs in the late 1880’s was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess’ most notorious novel.

where’s the source for this though? I’ve seen this before, and this doesn’t hold up to any of Anthony Burgess’ statements on the title. The cockney expression “As queer as a clockwork orange” inspired it, and multiple sources back that up. I’d love to think this is true, but I cannot find a single source confirming it. Do you know where I could find that?


Also the idea that something sweet (an orange) can be mentally turned around (clockwork) in the way Alex’s views of violence are done has been brought up as a possible meaning for the title.

civilised-my-syphilised-yarbles:

emperornorton47:

One of the most feared of all London’s street gangs in the late 1880’s was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess’ most notorious novel.

where’s the source for this though? I’ve seen this before, and this doesn’t hold up to any of Anthony Burgess’ statements on the title. The cockney expression “As queer as a clockwork orange” inspired it, and multiple sources back that up. I’d love to think this is true, but I cannot find a single source confirming it. Do you know where I could find that?

Also the idea that something sweet (an orange) can be mentally turned around (clockwork) in the way Alex’s views of violence are done has been brought up as a possible meaning for the title.

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salvadordali-art:

Decor for ‘Romeo et Juliet,’ 1942
Salvador Dali

salvadordali-art:

Decor for ‘Romeo et Juliet,’ 1942

Salvador Dali

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nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else, Katja Kremenić

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death-grippin:

#STAYLEGEND

death-grippin:

#STAYLEGEND

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dezmo:

100% real Daft Punk documentary 2k14

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foxadhd:

Human LSD research resumes in UK after 40-year break
20aliens:

John and Yoko rehearse “Remember Love”, the flip-side to “Give Peace a Chance”, 1969. By Gerry Deiter.

20aliens:

John and Yoko rehearse “Remember Love”, the flip-side to “Give Peace a Chance”, 1969. By Gerry Deiter.

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