Ummagumma Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Ummagumma Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ummagumma Sayings By Harold Ramis: I loved writing and performing, but the idea of doing it for a living seemed I loved writing and performing, but the idea of doing it for a living seemed so remote. But I eventually let it devolve to the point where it was the only thing I could do. — Harold Ramis
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Ummagumma Sayings By Neil Gaiman: That is the nature of time. It flows faster when it was younger and the That is the nature of time. It flows faster when it was younger and the course is narrower: at the end of all things time has spread and slowed, lik oil spilled on a still pond. — Neil Gaiman
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Ummagumma Sayings By Tim Howard: I was a pretty popular kid, and I participated in every sport. I was a pretty popular kid, and I participated in every sport. — Tim Howard
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Ummagumma Sayings By Stephen Hawking: The nonexistence of absolute rest therefore meant that one could not give an event an The nonexistence of absolute rest therefore meant that one could not give an event an absolute position in space, as Aristotle had believed. The positions of events and the distances between them would be different for a person on the train and one on the track, and there would be no reason to prefer one person's position to the other's. — Stephen Hawking
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Ummagumma Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: It is dark for archery,' said Gimli. 'Indeed it is time for sleep. Sleep! I It is dark for archery,' said Gimli. 'Indeed it is time for sleep. Sleep! I feel the need of it, as never I thought any dwarf could. Riding is tiring work. Yet my axe is restless in my hand. Give me a row of orc-necks and room to swing and all weariness will fall from me! — J.R.R. Tolkien
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Ummagumma Sayings By Tom Clancy: These people were so self-destructively open, so afraid to offend those who would just as These people were so self-destructively open, so afraid to offend those who would just as soon see them and their children dead and their entire cultures destroyed. It was a pleasing vision, Mohammed thought, but he didn't live within dreams. Instead, he worked for them. This struggle would last longer than his lifetime. — Tom Clancy
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Ummagumma Sayings By Sienna McQuillen: Pink Floyd in The 60s. Piper at The Gates of Dawn (1967) Singles and B-sides, Pink Floyd in The 60s.
Piper at The Gates of Dawn (1967)
Singles and B-sides, outtakes
A Saucerful of Secrets
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Zabriskie Point (recorded Dec. 69)
Pretty damned impressive! — Sienna McQuillen
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Ummagumma Sayings By Sienna McQuillen: I feel better after listening to the live album of Ummagumma and some hash. I feel better after listening to the live album of Ummagumma and some hash. — Sienna McQuillen
Ummagumma Sayings By Sienna McQuillen: We should really synchronize our listening to Ummagumma so we can both freak out at We should really synchronize our listening to Ummagumma so we can both freak out at the same time. — Sienna McQuillen
Ummagumma Sayings By Sienna McQuillen: I need some Ummagumma. I need some Ummagumma. — Sienna McQuillen
Ummagumma Sayings By D. Elton Trueblood: One of the noblest words in our language is "grace," defined as "unearned blessing." We One of the noblest words in our language is "grace," defined as "unearned blessing." We live by grace far more than by anything else. Accordingly, I find that the one thing which I want to put into practice in my own life is the conscious and deliberate habit of finding someone to thank. — D. Elton Trueblood
Ummagumma Sayings By Sienna McQuillen: Sienna's Pick for Best Pink Floyd Combined Song and Album Title Ever: "Several Species of Sienna's Pick for Best Pink Floyd Combined Song and Album Title Ever:
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict," UmmagummaSienna McQuillen
Ummagumma Sayings By Charles Spurgeon: We cannot always trace God's hand but we can always trust God's heart. We cannot always trace God's hand but we can always trust God's heart. — Charles Spurgeon