You’re growing up. And rain sort of remains on the branches of a tree that will someday rule the Earth. And it’s good that there is rain. It clears the month of your sorry rainbow expressions, and it clears the streets of the silent armies… so we can dance.
「Harold Finch」 “I’m going to kill you. But I need to decide how far I’m willing to go… how many of my own rules I’m willing to break to get it done.” —————– 「Loretha"Cookie"Lyon」 “The streets aren’t made for everybody, that’s why they made sidewalks.” —————– 「Raymond Reddington」 “There is nothing that can take pain away, but eventually you will find a way to live with it .” —————– 「Frank Underwood&Claire Underwood」 “We don’t submit to terror, we make the terror” —————– 「Diane Lockhart」 “You can slice an opponent to shreds, smiling the whole time, and they come back thanking you” —————– 「Bobby Axelrod」 “Well then, it’s a good thing I’m a rich fucking man.” —————– 「Annalise Keating」 “You call it crazy,I call it winning.”
Tenors are mostly good guys and mostly leading men or ingenues - hence the Tenor Boy trope. There are a couple of villainous tenors and also a few character tenors. Because most people’s voices deepen as they age, there are few tenor roles for men over forty, although Jean Valjean from Les Misérables (one of the rangiest tenor roles in popular musical canon) is usually played by a middle-aged man.