SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! WAKE UP IN THE NIGHT, STARE INTO THE DARK. YOU CAN FEEL YOUR FEAR TEARING AT YOUR HEART. TRYING TO LOCK THE DOOR, THERE IS NO ESCAPE. I&RSQUO;LL BE WATCHING YOU, EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE. SOMEONE PLEASE, PLEASE HELP ME. NO ONE WILL SAVE YOU,THOUGH THEY TRY. SOMEONE PLEASE, PLEASE HELP ME. EVERYONE'S LONELY WHEN THEY DIE, EVERYONE'S LONELY WHEN THEY DIE. NO ONE IN THE WORLD'S GONNA LOVE YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL NEED YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL KISS YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL LOVE YOU - SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! WALKING DOWN THE STREET,FOOTSTEPS CLOSE BEHIND. DARE NOT TURN YOUR HEAD,DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'LL FIND. TRYING TO SHOUT FOR HELP,YOUR WORDS TURN TO DUST. LOOKING FOR A FRIEND, NO ONE YOU CAN TRUST. SOMEONE PLEASE, PLEASE HELP ME. NO ONE WILL SAVE YOU,THOUGH THEY TRY. SOMEONE PLEASE, PLEASE HELP ME. EVERYONE'S LONELY WHEN THEY DIE, EVERYONE'S LONELY WHEN THEY DIE. NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL LOVE YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL KISS YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL HUG YOU - SAVE ME! NO ONE IN THE WORLD WILL WANT YOU - SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME! SAVE ME!
My mother, she had a very good attitude toward money. I'm very grateful for the fact that we had to learn to save. I used to get like 50 pence a week, and I'd save it for like five months. And then I'd spend it on Christmas presents. I'd save up like eight pounds. It's nothing, but we did that.
Learn how to cook! That's the way to save money. You don't save it buying hamburger helpers, and prepared foods; you save it by buying fresh foods in season or in large supply, when they are cheapest and usually best, and you prepare them from scratch at home. Why pay for someone else's work, when if you know how to do it, you can save all that money for yourself?
Sentences are not different enough to hold the attention unless they are dramatic. No ingenuity of varying structure will do. All that can save them is the speaking tone of voice somehow entangled in the words and fastened to the page for the ear of the imagination. That is all that can save poetry from sing-song, all that can save prose from itself.
What does one save for, anyhow? For a few tired hours at the end of life when one sits and counts dollars? Or do we save so that those last years will not be mentally barren or esthetically shabby? I try to save a few things to furnish my mind decently, on the theory that no auctioneer can get in there to sell off all the furniture.
Margaret Culkin Banning
Oh baby We had enough We both know That life is tough Anything I do I do it Just for you... Our love Won't fade away Our love Is here to stay Promise me Your love Till the end of time... Chorus Save me Oh baby baby Save me Can you save my heart? I need your love Forever girl... Save me Oh baby baby Save me In your heart A brand new start Forever girl ...
The car housed a hysterical bumper sticker: Save the Planet, and I permitted a moment of contemplation to truly bask in this thought. Save the planet? What a joke. Save the planet from what? From ourselves? And save it for what? For ourselves? It was a kind of perpetual stupidity in a tug-of-war battle over trivial matters. Only imbeciles see things in black and white: liberal or conservative, yes or no, this or that. Those in power laugh at those people in their morally inverted shades of grey, basking in the labels they've created so the people are easier to control.
I don't know where I am. It's like I'm breaking into a million pieces and there is only one thing I remember: I have to save the Doctor. He always looks different. I always know it's him. Sometimes I think I'm everywhere at once, running every second just to find him. Just to save him. But he never hears me. Almost never. I blew into this world on a leaf. I'm still blowing. I don't think I'll ever land. I'm Clara Oswald. I'm the impossible girl. I was born to save the Doctor.
In the ancient world individuals have sold themselves as slaves, in order to eat. So in society. Here is a witch-doctor who can save us from the sorcerers - a war-lord who can save us from the barbarians - a Church that can save us from Hell. Give them what they ask, give ourselves to them bound and blindfold, if only they will! Perhaps the terrible bargain will be made again. We cannot blame men for making it. We can hardly wish them not to. Yet we can hardly bear that they should.
C. S. Lewis
I think the celebrity author trend reflects, at least in part, the growing influence of marketing departments at publishing companies. The emphasis becomes on the easy sell, as opposed to finding the best quality and writing and illustrating. There are exceptions (I like John Lithgow's stuff, for example), but a lot of it is putrid, and the best of it is often ghostwritten. Save the ink. Save the trees. Save our brain cells.
The world is always waiting for someone to save the day, make things better. We've lost hope in politics, preachers. ... As a child of God, I just believe that Jesus is our hero, he is the one that came to save man's life, to save man's soul, to restore people back to themselves with a love that's real - an unconditional sacrificial love.
I also think there are prices too high to pay to save the United States. Conscription is one of them. Conscription is slavery, and I don't think that any people or nation has a right to save itself at the price of slavery for anyone, no matter what name it is called. We have had the draft for twenty years now; I think this is shameful. If a country can't save itself through the volunteer service of its own free people, then I say: Let the damned thing go down the drain!
Robert A. Heinlein
When you accept everything, everything is beyond dimensions. The earth is not great nor a grain of sand small. In the realm of Great Activity picking up a grain of sand is the same as taking up the whole universe. To save one sentient being is to save all sentient beings. Your efforts of this moment to save one person is the same as the eternal merit of Buddha.