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If we pay for the music we will join in the dance.

If wishes were true, shepherds would be kings.

If wishes would bide, beggars would ride.

If you cannot say it, point to it with your finger.

If you have a sore eye wipe it with your elbow.

If you would understand men, study women.

If you wrestle with a collier you will get a blotch.

If you're born to be hanged then you'll never be drowned.

If your head is made of butter, don't be a baker.

If youth but had the knowledge and old age the strength.

If youth knew! if age could!

Ill-luck is good for something.

In borrowing an angel, in repaying a devil.

In calm water every ship has a good captain.

In hawks, hounds, arms, and love, for one pleasure a thousand pains.

In marriage cheat who can.

In the end it will be known who ate the bacon.

In the end things will mend.

In the fiddler's house every one is a dancer.

In the forehead and the eye The lecture of the mind doth lie.

In the kingdom of the blind men, those who are blessed with one eye are kings.

In the tail lies the venom.

In too much disputing truth is lost.

In youth, one has tears without grief; in age, grief without tears.

Incense intoxicates and every one wishes for it.