I Will Wait lyrics: I'll be bold As well as strong And use my head alongside my heart So 'Cause I will wait, I will wait for you Popular Book of Life, The Songs. THE BOOK OF LIFE is currently out on Blu-ray and DVD, and in the animated movie produced by Guillermo del Toro, a familiar song by. Translation of 'I Will Wait For You' by The Book of Life (OST) from English to Spanish. 3. Если сможешь простить [The Apology Song] video.
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"I Will Wait" is a song from The Book of Life (Original Motion Picture El Libro De La Vida - I Will Wait (Diego Luna). "I Will 'Cause I will wait, I will wait for you. Video clip and lyrics I Will Wait For You by The Book of Life. Manolo: I'll kneel down, Know my ground 'Cause I will wait, I will wait for you And I will wait. I Will Wait Lyrics: I'll be bold / As well as strong / And use my head alongside my heart 'Cause I will wait, I will wait for you Ask us a question about this song The Book Of Life (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) () Various Artists. 3.
Worked my fingers down to the bone. How about you, what did you do? Spent my whole night dreaming of you. Like a Christmas tree on Boxing Day: thrown away. Why you so calm? I wanna shout.
Better off dead than the hell that will become of it. I take pieces of myself from everyone around me. The nice lady next door talks of green beds and all the nice things that she wants to plant in them. I wanna grow tomatoes on the front steps. Sunflowers, bean sprouts, sweet corn and radishes.
My throat feels like a funnel filled with weet bix and kerosene and oh no, next thing i know they call up triple o. I take a hit from an asthma puffer. I do it wrong. I was never good at smoking bongs. I stayed drunk and fell awake and i was cycling on a plane and far away i heard you say you liked me.
We drifted to a party — cool. The people went to arty school. They made their paints by mixing acid wash and lemonade. In my brain I re-arrange the letters on the page to spell your name. The stones became the moss and once all inhibitions lost, the hipsters made a mission to the farm.
We drove by tractor there, the yellow straw replaced our hair, we laced the dairy river with the cream of sweet vermouth. I touched on and off and rubbed my arm up against yours and still the inspector inspected me. The lady in the roof was living proof that nothing really ever is exactly as it seems. We caught the river boat downstream and ended up beside a team of angry footballers.
I fed the ducks some krill then we were sucked against our will into the welcome doors of the casino. We drank green margaritas, danced with sweet senoritas, and we all went home as winners of a kind.
Come round to mine, we can swap clothes and drink wine all night. Leave your shoes at the door, along with your troubles. Thank you for cooking for me, I had a really nice evening, just you and me.
I masturbated to the songs you wrote. Resuscitated all of my hopes.
Much appreciated are your songs. It just helps me get to sleep. I under-estimated your intelligence. A little bit of weed mixed with some sentiment. You should start some sort of trust fund just incase you fail. My friends play in bands, they are better than everything on radio. Did you see that special on TV the other eve? Are you eating? You sound so thin. By Brian Green A few months ago an interesting synchronicity occurred which caught my attention. Two pieces of popular culture both mentioned the idea of waiting, in highly idealized terms.
What is so interesting about waiting that two pieces of popular culture would both mention it in such lyrical terms? What deeper truth is being pursued when both mention the idea of waiting? The quick answer do wait for the longer one is that we live in a society that hates to wait. We rush, rush, rush and never encourage restraint from immediate gratification and indulgence. Advertising is all about getting you to act NOW, before your judgment and virtue can act to keep you on track.
We want it all now, now, now. Anything worth waiting for is lost. This habituates us towards vice, and it is ubiquitous — everywhere, all the time. But there are even deeper ideas at play here too. And this leads to the longer answer.
First, waiting for something means it is worth waiting for. If it is a person, then by waiting you indicate that the person is worth it, that they have a dignity that you respect, and that you are willing to endure suffering on their account. Like a race, rather than getting somewhere first and thus being ranked higher, you instead finish together, thus declaring your equality. The Mumford and Sons song is fundamentally about respect.
Second, waiting means you have faith that what you are waiting for will occur, or that the person you are waiting for will be able to make it. This is trust, and it reveals your faith in the other. They are strong enough, good enough, trustworthy enough, they can make it.
Furthermore you have confidence in them, and thus you strengthen them with your confidence. Third, patience enduring waiting is a form of courage. Thomas sets everything in terms of battle, but he allows that life itself is a kind of battle to achieve the good, thus making the idea of courage more inclusive. I answer that, As stated above Article 3 , and according to the Philosopher Ethic.
Waiting can be a form of suffering and enduring suffering is difficult. In waiting, we are enduring a fear that we might not actually make it — we have trust that we will, ultimately, when the other joins us and we achieve the good together. But waiting is not easy. Thomas provides three reasons for his assertion that endurance is more difficult that aggression: First, because endurance seemingly implies that one is being attacked by a stronger person , whereas aggression denotes that one is attacking as though one were the stronger party; and it is more difficult to contend with a stronger than with a weaker.