Sometimes in football you have to score goals.
I grew up on film scores and scores from films.
Love is a big thing - it's part of who you become, how you grow up. I had a wonderful husband, and I'm very lucky I have a second wonderful husband. You know, some people don't even score the first time.
We've clearly seen that Tea Party Republicans are willing to take our economy hostage just to score political points, but I'm not willing to do that.
A tall, thin old man waving a scorecard from the corner of his dugout. That's baseball.
Now, I'm back to my old ways: Needing to be the leader, needing to score.
He's sharp, he can score and he doesn't worry about missing.
Potentially he could be. He scored the goal four years ago in France against Argentina that was extraordinary.
If there's one thing that 'No Child Left Behind' has proven, it's that more academics don't make for smarter children - or even higher test scores. And yet we somehow refuse to accept this reality.
You may get skinned knees and elbows, but it's worth it if you score a spectacular goal.
Let's say music is needed for only 43 seconds of film. You have to score it so it is an entity, so it won't bother anyone when it ends so quickly. Or if a song runs 2 minutes and 45 seconds, but the titles run a minute longer, you have to arrange that song so it doesn't get repetitious.
In aptitude tests, I scored highest in music.
You don't leave behind box office scores or how many dollars changed hands.
Obviously after such a long gap, one itches to get back to the game and score big runs.
When I was recording my first solo album 'Imaginaryland,' I was listening to a lot of movie scores.
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