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Re: "To take your pleasure where you find it"

Posted by Bruce Kahl on November 29, 2005

In Reply to: "To take your pleasure where you find it" posted by amax on November 28, 2005

: "To take your pleasure where you find it"

: What are the origins of this phrase?

I don't know the origin but your phrase sounds like some trying to explain CSN's "Love the One Your're With":

Dont be angry
And dont be sad
Just keep smiling
And thinking about all the good times that you had
Cause theres somebody right next to you
And theyre just waiting for something to do

Theres a rose
In a fisted glove
And the eagle flies,
Flies with the dove
And if you cant be with the one you love,
Then love the one youre with
Love the one youre with
Love the one youre with