Now and Then by Blackmore’s Night


Now and Then by Blackmore’s Night


The past time so familiar

But that’s why you couldn’t stay

Too many ghosts, too many haunted dreams

Beside you were built to find your own way…

But after all these years, I thought we’d still hold on

But when I reach for you and search your eyes

I see you’ve already gone…


That’s OK

I’ll be fine

I’ve got myself, I’ll heal in time

But when you leave just remember what we had…

There’s more to life than just you

I may cry but I’ll make it through

And I know that the sun will shine again

Though I may think of you now and then..


Can’t do a thing with ashes

But throw them to the wind…

Though this heart may be in pieces now

You know I’ll build it up again and

I’ll come back stronger than I ever did before

Just don’t turn around when you walk out that door…


That’s OK

I’ll be fine

I’ve got myself, I’ll heal in time

And even though our story’s at the end

I still may think of you now and then…


Corporate Advertising Slogans (11)


“Vorsprung durch Technik” – Audi

“The ultimate driving machine” – BMW

“Sheer driving pleasure” – BMW

“Like a rock” – Chevrolet

“Bigger in Texas, Better in a Dodge”

“Time to Re-Tire” – Fisk tires

“Have you driven a Ford lately?” – Ford

“Quality is job one” – Ford

“The Real Thing” – Ford Australia 1970s

“Ford is the Best in Texas”

“We are professional grade” – GMC Truck

“Sooner or later, you’ll own Generals” – General Tires Corp.

1990s “Passion for the road” – Mazda

2000s “Zoom Zoom” – Mazda

“Right service. Right price.” – Meineke

“You can with a Nissan”

“Ask the Man who Owns One” – Packard, 1925, Austin Bement

“The lion leaps from strength to strength” – Peugeot (1980s)

2000s “State of Independence” – Saab

“It’s a Skoda. Honest.” – Skoda, 2000, Fallon

“The car in front is a Toyota”

1980s “Oh what a feeling” – Toyota

“Once driven, forever smitten” – Vauxhall Motors (1980s)

“If only everything in life was as reliabale as a Volkswagen”

“Think Small” – Volkswagen, 1962, Doyle Dane Bernbach

“Drivers wanted.” – Volkswagen, 1995, Arnold Communications



“You Can Trust Your Car to the Man Who Wears The Star” — Texaco Service Stations

“Put a tiger in your tank” — Esso

“You can be sure of Shell” – Shell Oil, 1982

“Pump your money back into Canada” – Petro Canada, early 1980s

“Go well. Go Shell” – Shell Oil



An army of one. – United States Army, 2001

Be all you can be. – US Army, 1981-2001, N. W. Ayer

Give a hoot, don’t pollute – United States Forest Service

I want YOU for the US Army – World War I and World War II

Only you can prevent forest fires – United States Forest Service

The Army National Guard, You Can. – US Army National Guard, in use around 2001-2003 if not more years than that.

Take a bite out of crime! – National Crime Prevention Council

The toughest job you’ll ever love – Peace Corps

There’s No Life Like it – Canadian Armed Forces

I love New York. – New York City, 1977-on, Wells, Rich, Greene

Be the best – British Army

Things Can Only Get Better – British Labour Party for the 1997 General Election



“A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” – United Negro College Fund

“This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?” – The Partnership for a Drug-Free America



“Objects in your mirror are closer than they appear.” – John Edwards campaign in the 2004 primaries when he was still running for president.

“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t.” – Peter Paul Mounds, 1953, Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample

“What we want is Watney’s.” – Watney’s

“Screw yourself.” – IKEA, 2004, Norway. External link

Corporate Advertising Slogans (10)

Recreation, Entertainment, and Travel

“… another shrimp on the barbie …” – Australian Tourist Commission, 1984

“The happiest place on Earth” – Disneyland

“Get out there” – Royal Caribbean cruise lines

“We love having you here” – Hampton Inn

“Where wonders never cease” – Alton Towers

“It’s so bracing” – Skegness

“Don’t just book it. Thomas Cook it.” – Thomas Cook, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene

“Serving All our Community. Brampton’s Arts Group.” – Visual Arts Brampton, 2003, Alphie and Bette


“Camels Soothe Your T-Zone” — Camel cigarettes

“Doctors Recommend Phillip Morris” — Phillip Morris tobacco products

“I’d Walk a Mile for A Camel” — Camel cigarettes

“Just What the Doctor Ordered” — L&M Cigarettes

“More Doctors Smoke Camels than any other Cigarette” — Camel cigarettes

“Not a Cough in a Carload” — Old Gold Cigarettes

“Reach for a Lucky instead of a Sweet” — Lucky Strike Cigarettes

“Taste Me! Taste Me! Come on and Taste Me!” — Doral Cigarettes

“You’re never alone with a Strand” — Strand Cigarettes

“You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby” — Virginia Slims Cigarettes

“Anyhow*… Have a Winfield” — Winfield Cigarettes


“Getting There Is Half The Fun” – Cunard Line

“The world’s favourite airline” – British Airways

“Fly the friendly skies” – United Airlines, 1966-, Leo Burnett

“Wanna get away?” – Southwest Airlines

“We love to fly and it shows” – Delta Airlines

“We Really Move Our Tail For You” – Continental Airlines

“We’re getting there” – much ridiculed British Rail slogan

“See What Brown Can Do For You” – UPS

“Esto si es volar!!” (“This really IS flying!”) – Eastern Airlines, in Puerto Rico

Corporate Advertising Slogans (9)


“1001 Cleans a Big, Big Carpet for Less than Half a Crown” – 1001 carpet shampoo, c.1964

“Kills Bugs Dead” – Raid (an insecticide)

“Quick, Henry, the FLIT!” – Flit insecticide

“It Beats – as it Sweeps – as it Cleans” – The Hoover vacuum cleaner, 1926

“Covers The Earth” – Sherwin Williams

“For hands that do dishes can feel soft as your face, with mild green Fairy Liquid” – Fairy Liquid

“It’s a lot less bovver than a hover” – Qualcast Concord lawnmowers, 1985, WCRS

“The appliance of science” – Zanussi, 1981, Geers Gross

“Put the freshness back” – Shake’n’Vac

“Kills Germs Dead” – Domestos

“Nothings sucks like an Electrolux” – Electrolux

“Does exactly what it says on the tin” – Ronseal, late 1980s to present.

Personal Care

“A totally organic experience” – Clairol Herbal Essences

“Absolute cleanliness is Godliness!” – Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap

“Because you’re worth it” – L’Oréal

“Does She or Doesn’t She? …Only her Hairdresser Knows for Sure” – Clairol hair dye

“For those who like the trade rough” – Travis aftershave

“Good Morning! Have You Used Pear’s Soap?” – Pear’s Soap

“I liked it so much I bought the company.” – Remington shavers

“I never knew you had dandruff” – Head & Shoulders shampoo

“It Floats!” – Ivory Soap

“It won’t let you down” – Sure anti- perspirant

“Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s Maybelline” – Maybelline (lipstick, makeup)

“Preparing to be a beautiful lady” – Pear’s Soap

“Raise your hand if you’re sure”. – Sure, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene

“R-O-L-A-I-D-S spells Relief” – Rolaids (indigestion medicine)

“The best a man can get” – Gillette razors

“The Lynx effect” – Lynx deoderant

“Which twin has the Toni?” – Toni, 1946, Foote, Cone & Belding

“You’ll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent” – Pepsodent, 1956, Foote, Cone & Belding

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Corporate Advertising Slogans (8)


“I Am Canadian” – Molson Canadian beer

“After Dark” – Tia Maria

“All the taste, 1/3 of the calories”, Pepsi Max, 1993

“Always Coca Cola” – Coca Cola – 1990s

“Ask For More” – Pepsi 2000, mainly in much of Europe.

“Australians wouldn’t give a Castlemaine XXXX for anything else” – Australian Beer

“Barq’s has bite” – Barq’s root beer

“Coffee at its best” – Nescafe Gold Blend

“Coke is it” – Coca Cola, 1982

“Why ask why? Try Bud Dry” – Budweiser early 1990s

“Drink Barq’s. It’s Good.” – Barq’s sarsaparilla drink

“Follow the bear” Hoffmeister lager

“Fosters – Australian for Beer” – Fosters Australian Beer

“Get back your ‘oo’ with Typhoo” – Typhoo tea

“Good to the last drop.” – Maxwell House coffee

“It’s not just for breakfast anymore.” – Florida Orange Juice Growers Association

“It’s the real thing” – Coca Cola, 1941

“Like tea used to be” – Yorkshire Tea

“Lipsmackin’ thirstquenchin’ acetastin’ motivatin’ goodbuzzin’ cooltalkin’ highwalkin’ fastlivin’ evergivin’ coolfizzin’ Pepsi” – Pepsi Cola, 1973, Boase Massimi Pollitt

“Made in Scotland from girders” – Irn Bru

“Make mine Moxie” – Moxie

“No Nonsense” – John Smith’s beer

“Pepsi – for those who think young” – Pepsi

“Probably the best lager in the world” – Carlsberg

“Pure Life” – Nestle Aberfoyle Natural Spring Water, 2002 or 2003?

“Reassuringly expensive.” – Stella Artois, 1981, Lowe Howard-Spink

“Refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach” – Heineken lager, 1974

“Same time tomorrow?” – Diet Pepsi, 1990s

“Sch… You know who?” – Schweppes, 1962

“The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous” – Schlitz

“The Champagne of Bottled Beer” – Miller Beer

“The Joy of Cola” – Pepsi, 1999

“The pause that refreshes” – Coca Cola, 1929

“The real thing” – Coca Cola, late-1980s

“The Uncola” – 7-Up, 1973, J Walter Thompson

“There’s no taste like Stones” – Stones bitter

“Uh-Huh!” – Diet Pepsi, 1991

“Unleash the power of the sun” ? Sunny Delight

“We drink all we can. The rest we sell.” – Utica Club, 1965, Doyle Dane Bernbach

“What a refreshing change” – Woodpecker cider

“Who’s your soda?” – Red Fusion soft drink, Dr Pepper, 2002

“You know when you’ve been Tango’d” – Tango soft drink, 1994, HHCL

“Your best bet for a fuller flavour” – Carlin Black Label lager (1980s)

Corporate Advertising Slogans (7)

Fast food

“Have it your way.” – Burger King

“Jack’s back” – Jack in the Box fast food restaurant

“Pizza! Pizza!” – Little Caesars restaurants

“The burgers are better at Hungry Jack’s” – Hungry Jack’s

“Think outside the bun.” – Taco Bell, late-1990s, early 2000s

“Where’s the beef?” – Wendy’s Restaurants, 1984-, Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample

“Yo quiero Taco Bell.” – Taco Bell, mid-1990s

“You’ve always got time for Tim Hortons.” – Tim Hortons, mid-to-late-1990s-on



See: McDonald’s TV campaigns and slogans

Twoallbeefpattiesspecialsaucelettucecheesepicklesonionsonasesameseedbun – McDonald’s Big Mac sandwich

“Smile.” – McDonalds

“Put a smile on, put a smile on. Everybody come on, put a smile on” – McDonald’s (advertised to children)

“Put a smile on.” – McDonalds Happy Meal, 2001-2002

“We love to see you smile” – McDonald’s

“You deserve a break today” – McDonald’s

“Have you had your break today?” – McDonalds

(nah, nah, nah) – McDonalds, sung non-sense words, 2003

“I’m lovin’ it” – McDonald’s, in a 2003 international campaign

Corporate Advertising Slogans (6)


“Breakfast of Champions” – Wheaties, 1935, Blackett-Sample-Gummert (slogan was later on “The Breakfast of Champions”, including in the 1990s)

“Can’t Get Enough of That Golden Crisp”, Golden Crisp

“Central heating for kids” – Ready Brek porridge

“Everyone loves my Cocoa Krispies” – Kellogg’s Cocoa Krispies

“Gotta have my pops!” – Corn Pops breakfast cereal

“I’d rather have a bowl of Coco Pops” – Coco Pops breakfast cereal

“Just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy” – Coco Pops breakfast cereal

“Kid tested. Mother approved.” – Kix breakfast cereal

“Makes Red Blood!” – Grape-Nuts breakfast cereal

“Nobody can say no to the honey nut Os in Honey Nut Cheerios” – Honey Nut Cheerios breakfast cereal

“Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste!, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut Cheerios”, Honey Nut Cheerios

“Shot from Guns!” – Quaker Puffed Rice

“Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids” – Trix cereal

“Snap, Crackle, and Pop, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies – Kellogg’s Rice Krispies breakfast cereal.

“Tell them about the honey, mummy” – Sugar Puffs breakfast cereal

“They’re grrreat!” – Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes breakfast cereal

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