Line(s) of the Day #Thewholeofthemoon


I wandered out in the world for years
While you just stayed in your room.
I saw the crescent
You saw the whole of the moon.

Taken from the song ‘The Whole of the Moon’ by The Waterboys. Originally released in 1985 from the album This is the Sea, it was released again in 1991 and subsequently won two Ivor Novello Awards.


Line(s) of the Day #WhatHappensTomorrow

What Happens Tomorrow

Child, don’t you worry
It’s enough you’re growing up in such a hurry.
Brings you down, the news they sell you
To put in your mind that all mankind is a failure.

Taken from the song ‘What Happens Tomorrow’ from the album Astronaut by Duran Duran (2004)

Line(s) of the Day #ComfortablyNumb

Comfortably Numb

There is no pain, you are receding
A distant ship smoke on the horizon
You are only coming through in waves
Your lips move but I can’t hear what you’re saying

Taken from the song ‘Comfortably Numb’ from the album The Wall by Pink Floyd (1979)

Line(s) of the Day #Youth


Now I’m just chasing time
With a thousand dreams I’m holding heavy.
And as we cross the line these fading beats have all been severed,
Don’t tell me our youth is running out.
It’s only just begun.

Taken from the song ‘Youth’ by the artist Foxes from her upcoming album Glorious.

Line(s) of the Day #JackPenate


I’m ripping your posters off the wall
I’m moving the boxes into the hall
I stop when I hear a drumbeat call
Must be a sign, it is time

Taken from the song ‘Pull my Heart Away’ from the album Everything is New (2009).

Line(s) of the Day #F.E.A.R


Finding eternity arouses reactions 
Freeing excellence affects reality 
Fallen empires are ruling 
Find earth and reap

Fantastic expectations, amazing revelations 
Final execution and resurrection 
Free expression as revolution 
Finding everything and realising 

Taken from the song ‘F.E.A.R’ by Ian Brown from the album Music of the Spheres (2001)

Line(s) of the Day #Trouble


I really should be saying goodnight
I really shouldn’t stay any more.
It’s been so long since I held you,
I’ve forgotten what love is for.

Taken from the song ‘Trouble’ by Lindsey Buckingham off the album Law and Order (1981)