A. Sign On The Dotted Line. Written-By – Woolfson. Written By – NelsonWritten-By – Bonney. Arranged By – Johnny Arthey. Producer – Gene Latter. Southern Music NCB, Bonney Music. Matrix, Runout (Side-1 Stamped): 7XCA 32602-1.
Your knees are bruised up You don't even know what you're worshipping Outside the sun rises in the silence of another suicide scene There's nothing sacred here, no, nothing's left clean. Name your price, sign it away on the dotted line and I'll make you famous. Strata Presents the End of the World Strata.
One track on the album was "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television," a monologue in which he identified these words, expressing amazement that these particular words could not be used, regardless of context. I don't know that there was a 'Eureka!' moment or anything like that. On these other things, we get into the field of hypocrisy. And I said, 'Hey, motherfucker, how did you get my phone number, anyway?'". He later added it back, claiming the bit's rhythm does not work without it. In his comedy routine, Carlin would make fun of each word; for example, he would say that tits should not be on the list because it sounds like a nickname of a snack ("New Nabisco Tits!. corn tits, cheese tits, tater tits!").
Dialogue words such as 'said' don't convey character emotions and dynamics. Enrich your dialogue with other words for said, and movement and gesture. The truth is now that’ I’ve had time I see that maybe it’s not going to work out. But let’s not be hasty. He reached out to place a hand on the small of her back. In the second example, the dialogue is interspersed with setting. How the characters engage with the setting (the woman turning to face the window, for example) reveals their emotions mid-dialogue.
11 Songs, 41 Minutes.
Ultimately the choice to be made is straightforward and one-dimensiona. ll it takes is your signature on the dotted line of an official padlocked contract determining if you are in the land of honey or vinegar. Poems by Theresa Ann Moore : 1008, 1361.
|A||Sign On The Dotted Line
Written-By – Woolfson*
|B||Words We Said
Written By – NelsonWritten-By – Bonney*