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Sometimes there are these great lines from a song or a movies that just sticks with you or makes a mark.  There is a song out by Ed Sheerin, called Thinking out Loud, it is a song wondering about love lasting as you grow old.  At the beginning of the song there is this line " Will your mouth still remember the taste of my love".  Every time I hear it, I think wow it is just a great line!   I love the song, but something about that particular line.  

Anyone have other examples of a great line from a song or movie you like?


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i thought you'd never ask .. its jackie lomax . an englishman that had a small cult followin that included the beatles and clapton .. in fact i think some of them are on this song but i can't remember who .. the keyboards will remind you of a whiter shade of pale .. not sure why this was never a hit of some kind cause its a great song on so many levels .. the words and music , the groove , the soulfulness .. in fact percey sledge does a rendition of this thats about as good .. down in good ole muscle shoals .. from apple studios on abby road to muscle shoals alabama .. either way its a great song ..

here's another one with 3 out of 4 beatles and clapton and nicky hopkins on keyboards and jackie lomax on vocals 

and here's the great percey sledge ..

i was talking with someone about movies and if you want classic lines, watch The Big Sleep with Humphrey Bogart. Classic lines thruout all the crackling film noir dialogue...

Carmen Sternwood: You're not very tall are you?

Philip Marlowe: Well, I, uh, I try to be.

Carmen Sternwood: You're cute.

Philip Marlowe: I'm getting cuter every minute.

Philip Marlowe: [after Carmen had thrown herself at him] You ought to wean her, she's old enough.

Philip Marlowe: She tried to sit in my lap while I was standing up.

Female Taxi Driver: If you can use me again sometime, call this number.

Philip Marlowe: Day and night?

Female Taxi Driver: Uh, night's better. I work during the day.

Vivian: Speaking of horses, I like to play them myself. But I like to see them workout a little first, see if they're front runners or comefrom behind, find out what their whole card is, what makes them run.

Marlowe: Find out mine?

Vivian: I think so.

Marlowe: Go ahead.

Vivian: I'd say you don't like to be rated. You like to get out in front, open up a little lead, take a little breather in the backstretch, and then come home free.

Marlowe: You don't like to be rated yourself.

Vivian: I haven't met anyone yet that can do it. Any suggestions?

Marlowe: Well, I can't tell till I've seen you over a distance of ground. You've got a touch of class, but I don't know how, how far you can go.

Vivian: A lot depends on who's in the saddle.

Vivian: I don't like your manners.

Marlowe: And I'm not crazy about yours. I didn't ask to see you. I don't mind if you don't like my manners, I don't like them myself. They are pretty bad. I grieve over them on long winter evenings. I don't mind your ritzing me drinking your lunch out of a bottle. But don't waste your time trying to cross-examine me.

Vivian: You've forgotten one thing - me.

Philip Marlowe: What's wrong with you?

Vivian: Nothing you can't fix.

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