Live (for) the moment
Idiomatische Übersetzungen von „Live (for) the moment“
Bedeutungen von „Live (for) the moment“
To toss away, or loose all cares or inhibitions that are normally there and enjoy life to its fullest at that particular time.
крылатое латинское выражение, означающее «живи настоящим», «лови момент».
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„Live (for) the ...“ in Songtexten
She likes to move her ass shyly (ouh)
We twerk since the dawn of time (ouh)
Nothing exceptional, we live for the moment (ouh)
We waste our energy stupidly (ouh)
Do you still remember how we used to be
Feeling together, believe in whatever my love has said to me
Both of us were dreamers, young love in the sun
Felt like my savior, my spirit I gave you, we'd only just begun
It needs to sail out to the open sea
Get drunk, my friends
Drink and laugh and love and live for the moment
The night spent drunk1
- 1. Or, figuratively, in ecstasy.
As I began to love myself I quit trying to always be right, and ever since I was wrong less of the time. Today I discovered that is “MODESTY”.
As I began to love myself I refused to go on living in the past and worrying about the future. Now, I only live for the moment, where everything is happening. Today I live each day, day by day, and I call it “FULFILLMENT”.
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My life is [utterly] insane. Come on and smile at me.
Forget about everything, even every bad thought of yours.
Live for the moment since everything happens now.
Both heaven and hell are here, so pull yourself together.
You don't even trust your name, you don't have a plan anymore
of what happened here
You only live for the moment, even if day and skin are bogged down,
I'd like to be there for you