What Should We Want?

Transcript #0005

From the book Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, in 1818. 

”[…] Are you, then so easily turned from you design? Did you not call this a glorious expedition? And wherefore was it glorious? Not because the way was smooth and placid as a southern sea, but because it was full of dangers and terror[…].”

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Verses #0003

I turned my back on him 
What a crazy day. 
I prayed that he would say just a word straight 
And when he called my name, I could know for sake 
He still likes me just the way I am.

Oh, but 
He will always like me 
I know I can say. 
He does look into my eyes just the way I prayed 
Though the things are not in time 
They are here, they came 
And long after they end, they’ll still remain 
Because I know he likes me just the way I am. 
Just the way I put the things he accepts them 
He enjoys being at my side when he are here and then 
He repeats the same sweetness in the next day 
Because I know that he likes me just the way I am.

Verses #0002

I don’t care if you don’t be my lover 
I can deal with that. 
I just want you by my side 
I just want you as my friend. 
And if you don’t want even that 
Well, I can deal with that, too 
But… 
Oh, Yes, Babe… 
I want you.

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Wayne Thiebaud, Pancake Breakfast, 2008

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Black Rock, Trinidad & Tobago 1998 by David Alan Harvey

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Giulio Romano, Fall of the Giants (fresco in the Sala dei Giganti in the Palazzo del Tè, Mantua, Italy), 1530-32

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