A. Party In The Woods. B. It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All). Written-By – Washington, Braswell.
It's at the heart of our existence, so how can we live without loving? For me, there is no doubt that Love is the only influence on our life that makes it worth living. Improved choices, in the quality and standard of living, have freed the modern generation of women from having to depend on their male counterparts. People who are hurt, particularly men, also become fearful of new relationships. But just because pain is involved, we cannot say that ‘it's better to never have loved’ because a relationship does teache you many things and if healthy, gives you some wonderful experiences too. The answer to this question lies in the difference of magnitude of happiness you experienced and the pain you suffer.
If Anyone Tells Me "It's Better to Have Loved and Lost Than to Never Have Loved at All" I Will Stab Them in the Face. This song is by Matt Elliott and appears on the album The Broken Man (2011). Remember then, back whenWe almost died. What joyJust to survive. We promised thenNever to waste a moment againBut the euphoriaSoon passed. Now the same half empty glassAnd breaking hearts ad infinitum. Nominate as Song of the Day.
также в других словарях: lost - see better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all he who hesitates is lost what a neighbour gets is not lost for want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the man was los. roverbs new dictionary. all - function word, quantifier All can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by an uncountable or plural noun): They had given up all hope. All children deserve encouragement.
It’s kind of hard to put together and how to describe an emotion towards one person. If we lived in a world where everything was meant to be, and everyone was meant for the first person they meet, then life would not be all that interesting. The word "love" itself wouldn’t hold that much meaning if that were the case. You have someone to rely on and talk to every second of the day. It could be about anything in the world-but no matter what was said, it’s like that person's voice is music to your ears. You begin to pick up on the little idiosyncrasies that set them apart from anyone else in the world. You can laugh, and smile, and completely be yourself because you and them are completely comfortable with whatever flaw is perfection in your eyes.
Lyrics to "Loved And Lost" song by Nazareth: Bad luck, is doggin' me around Bad luck, is doggin' me around And I can't change my ways Because I'. .And it's better to have loved Loved and lost Yes it's better to have loved Loved and lost It's better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all. No love, has come to me and stayed No love, has come to me and stayed But I can't win this race But to try to run ain't no disgrace. Losin' hands, have always been my deal Losin' hands, have always been my deal Never have drawn, drawn the ace But when trouble came I always looked it in the face. Writer(s): DAN MCCAFFERTY, PETE AGNEW, MANUEL CHARLTON, DARRELL SWEET.
phrases, sayings, proverbs and idioms at. The Phrase Finder. In the spring a livelier iris changes on the burnished dove; In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.
I hold it true, whate'er befall; I feel it when I sorrow most; 'Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at al. that he expresses his feelings about his buddy's passing. He says that whenever the sads are hitting him particularly hard, he just tells himself that he'd rather have known and loved his friend while he was alive than never have had the chance to know him at all. Wow. The guy must have been one heck of a friend. We care about our friends, too, but we're not sure we want to go writing a requiem for them. If you were to drop this quote at a dinner party, would you get an in-unison "awww" or would everyone roll their eyes and never invite you back? Here it is, on a scale of 1-10. It's a line from a poem that begins with the word "'tis" and was written by someone whose name is preceded by the word "Lord. This could not not be a 10. See All Quotes.
|A||Party In The Woods
Written-By – J. Lawson*
|B||It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All)
Written-By – J. Washington*, L. Braswell*
|MLF 11017||The Persuasions||Party In The Woods / It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All) (7", Single)||Minit||MLF 11017||UK||1969|
|30267||The Persuasions||Party In The Woods / It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All) (7", Single, Promo, Styrene)||Minit||30267||US||1969|
|32067||The Persuasions||Party In The Woods / It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All) (7", Single)||Minit||32067||US||1969|
|32067||The Persuasions||Party In The Woods / It's Better To Have Loved And Lost (Than Never Loved At All) (7", Single)||Minit||32067||Canada||1969|