Wednesday, March 19, 2008

One Tree Hill Season 5


Here are some of the excerpts which I PERSONALLY got. How did i get them? Well.... simple, played it back over and over and over again until I finished typing what they are saying.. hahahaha. Too much effort? NAHHHH its all worth it. I want to share to you, maybe you guys can pick a lesson or two from these excepts. ENJOY!!!

Episode 1 by: Lucas Scott

"Sometimes it feels like it was yesterday, we graduated highschool and saying goodbye. The feeling that you get at 17 or 18 that nobody in the history of the world has ever been this close has ever loved as fiercely or laugh as hard or cared as much. Sometimes it feels like it was yesterday and sometimes it feels like someone else's memory."

Episode 2 by: Haley James - Scott

"Things aren't always gonna be fair in the real world. That's just the way it is. But for the most part, you'll get what you give. Lemme ask you all a question, what's worse? not getting everything you wished for? or getting it but finding out its not enough? The rest of your life is being shaped right now with the dreams you chase, the choices you make, and the person you decide to be. The rest of your life is a long time and the rest of your life starts right now."

Episode 8 by: Peyton Sawyer

"I want you to know, you dont need somebody to write about you in order for your life to mean something. You can write about yourself, make your own destiny then years from now, the next girl will keep what you wrote on that door long enough to remind you how inspired your life is. And you can tell that girl to paint over the door, because you realized the words you wrote, the friends you had, the urgency you felt will always be there underneath the paint. The love you profess will always be there, the spark of something undeniable, the seed of hope, the truth, for better or for worse burning fiercely just below the surface."

Episode 9 by: Marvin McFadden

"There is a highschool basketball game tonight, somewhere in America, a team won and a team lost. But that is not the real story, the real story is about fathers and sons, its about life and time and change. Girls and boys went to the game, they dressed up and hoped to fit in, some did, some didn't. It's a story that has history and chapters yet to be written. There is a highschool basketball game tonight, somewhere in America, reporters will report, they'll tell you who the high scorer was and what the keys to the game were, but that's not the real story, as a matter of fact, that's not the story at all."

Episode 11 by: Lucas Scott

"Albert Cameron once wrote: "Blessed are the hearts that can mend, they shall never be broken!" But I wonder, if there's no breaking, then there's no healing and if there's no healing, there's no learning. And if there's no learning, then there's no struggle. But struggle is a part of life, someone's all hearts must be broken.

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