→ Reasons to watch Endeavour | [2/12] | music [listen]
01. leontyne price - un bel dì | 02. vienna philharmonic - der rosenkavalier: marie theres’ | 03. leontyne price, zubin mehta - tosca: act iii: vissi d’arte | 04. janice watson, ruby philogene - lakmé: flower duet | 05. emily van evera - dido and aeneas, when i am laid in earth | 06. philharmonia orchestra - requiem, op. 48: iii. in paradisum | 07. rachel d’arcy - dance for you | 08. barrington pheloung - inspector morse
DON’T MESS WITH TEXAS (except i’m in california)
I think I’ve got something in my eye.
What I love most about this is that, like always, he turns to John because he doesn’t understand.
'John, did I do it wrong?'
You can see the character development in this, too, and how much it means to Sherlock to get it right, because he doesn’t just say ‘Not good?’ he says ‘Did I do it /wrong/?’
Because it’s important to Sherlock that he gets it /right/ for John and Mary.
The members imitating Minzy’s selca habit.
The sadness over you, bye bye bye.
Without you I’m
"Whatchu Gon' Do When They Come For You?"
without you i’m not happy but i hope you’re happy