That Girl

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“That girl has line in her head.”  

Dorothea Lange’s grandmother Sophie saying how Dorothea could see line and composition.  

From the book Dorothea Lange, A Life Beyond Limits by Linda Gordon.

Photograph by Dorothea Lange: A Sign of the Times—Depression—Mended Stockings, Stenographer, San Francisco 1934

I See Me

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“When I look in your eyes through all the years, I see me lovin’ you, and you lovin’ me.”

Sung by Al Green, one of my favorite singers.

Songwriters: MITCHELL, WILLIE / GREEN, AL L. / JACKSON, AL JR. I’m Still In Love With You lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BUG MUSIC

Pablo Picasso “La Dance” 1922. Pastel on canvas.

Deep In My Soul

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“I know it’s late, I know you’re weary. I know your plans don’t include me. Still here we are…both of us lonely; longing for shelter from all that we see. Why should we worry? No one will care, girl. Look at the stars so far away. We’ve got tonight, who needs tomorrow?We’ve got tonight babe. Why don’t you stay?

Deep in my soul, I’ve been so lonely. All of my hopes, fading away. I’ve longed for love, like everyone else does. I know I’ll keep searching, even after today. So there it is, girl. I’ve said it all now. And here we are babe; what do you say? We’ve got tonight. Who needs tomorrow? We’ve got tonight babe. Why don’t you stay?”

Lyrics We’ve Got Tonight by Bob Seeger