W. S. Gilbert Quotes

W. S. Gilbert Quotes: I shall carry to the Catacombs of Age,Photographically linedOn the tablet of my mind
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W. S. Gilbert Quote: If your master is surly, from getting up early(And tempers are short in the morning),An inopportune joke is enough to provokeHim to give you, at once, a month's warning.
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Quotes about W. S. Gilbert: Faint heart never won fair lady! Nothing venture, nothing win Blood is thick, but water's thin In for a penny, in for a pound It's Love that makes the world go 'round!
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Quote about W. S. Gilbert: Life's perhaps the only riddle That we shrink from giving up.
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W. S. Gilbert Sayings: When every blessed thing you have is made of silver, or of gold, you long for simple pewter.
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W. S. Gilbert Saying: If you give me your attention, I will tell you what I am:I'm a genuine philanthropist--all other kinds are sham.Each little fault of temper and each social defectIn my erring fellow creatures, I endeavor to correct.
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Sayings about W. S. Gilbert: Strike the concertina's melancholy string!Blow the spirit-stirring harp like any thing!Let the piano's martial blastRouse the Echoes of the Past
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Saying about W. S. Gilbert: Bow, bow, ye lower middle classes!Bow, bow, ye tradesmen, bow, ye masses!
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