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If you dig it, do it. If you dig it a lot, do it twice.
I always thought it would be really cool to be playing the drums in the show and then have your astral body or whatever travel all through the audience and dig whatever it's like out there.
My favorite review described me as the cinematic equivalent of junk mail. I don't know what that means, but it sounds like a dig.
The stuff that I dig, it's usually got a soulful component to it. A singer that I really like. I might not understand the language that they're singing in, but I'm really communing with this person.
Dig your well before you're thirsty.
I'm sure if you dig deep, Joe and Ralph Fiennes do it because they want to be noticed.
Again, as a gay man I look at that and say there's a hopelessness that surrounds it, but as a human being I look at it and say 'Why? Where's this disparity coming from, and why can't we as a culture and society dig deeper to examine that?' We're terrified of facing ourselves.
I firmly believe that we have more latent musical talent in America than there is in any other country. But to dig it out there must be good music throughout the land, a lot of it. Everyone must hear it, and such a process takes time.
John Philip Sousa
I'm not about to talk about what's romantic in my life - I figure if you talk about it once - then that's an open invitation for everyone to dig into your personal life even further.
James Van Der Beek
I'm not about to talk about what's romantic in my life - I figure if you talk about it once, then that's an open invitation for everyone to dig into your personal life even further. So, I just keep my private life to myself.
James Van Der Beek
Even the bands I dig don't have a history of attaining mass consumption.
I've always felt you unearth story, like you're on an archeological dig.
To have a little recognition, that is very nice, you dig. It is good for the ego, for the psyche.
One of my reasons for living in California is its close proximity to Mexico. The Latin influence is in every corner of the community. My love of Spanish music hasn't wavered since the '50s. I could hear the blues voicing from the Flamanco families and I always dig for inspiration in Latin music.
I dig science fiction, though it was never really my thing.
It's really hard to find a love song that is real. That's when you really strike a chord with somebody, when you dig in deep and grab a hold.
In order to get a note out, I have to dig deep, and I mean that on an emotional level. To physically sing, I have to get somewhere deep before I can do it.
You know, the benefit in life is to say, 'Maybe you made a mistake, let's dig deep.'
So I had to just kind of go back to the hotel, take a shower, sit quiet, dig down deep, warm up, and allow myself to move into some kind of zone. And then I remembered that a lot of my favorite musical moments are not about perfection.
I love when people are coming up and they're working hard and you can see that they're really focused on the process to their music. I really dig that. As a musician, it's nice to see people who really care about the process.
I just really dig feeling subservient to nature. It brings me a peace and calm. Kind of like a Faustian thing, I think.
It is no use asking me or anyone else how to dig... Better to go and watch a man digging, and then take a spade and try to do it.
You never know what your next dig is going to find.
This music has been around since before the beard on Moses. I happed to do it very well and I happen to have a lot of groovy songs that I know people are going to dig. I know more about it than you do.
The Britney Spears fans aren't going to dig us.
I describe my plots as follows; A character is walking down the street when all of a sudden a piano falls on them. They spend the rest of the story digging out from under that piano. How they dig, how long and how well, this all depends entirely on the character.
Of course we are doing this primarily for ourselves, but I know our fans dig most of it, too.
I don't dig parties. I rather sit at home with my friends and a good movie.
I really dig The Byrds. I think they are the most underrated - in their original form - pop group.
Everybody can dig The Beatles, but why should everybody dig us?
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