I gravitate towards gravitas.
You don't really get to pick and chose what you would like to be doing. But I've been very fortunate, and I think water seeks its own level. You do gravitate towards things that you would get off on.
I think when you're a bigger star you get many good scripts sent to you, and you have to choose which one you're going to gravitate toward, but I just try to gravitate toward the best-written one that's been thrown my way after a lot of girls have passed on it.
Girls marry for love. Boys marry because of a chronic irritation that causes them to gravitate in the direction of objects with certain curvilinear properties.
There are people who kind of gravitate towards running politics based on new ideas and issues, and that was what the secret was for Clinton.
As a guitar player, you can gravitate to the blues because you can play it easily. It's not a style that's difficult to pick up. It's purely emotive and dead easy to get a start with.
I've had more people in my life take their lives than... I think it's out of proportion with most people. I think a lot of them gravitate towards me because of the music.
I grew up in France, my first language was French, and I tend to gravitate towards French cooking.
Responsibilities gravitate to the person who can shoulder them.
By the time I'm 80, I want to have played almost every role, ... For me, I always gravitate toward the opposite of what I've done. ... That comes from the inner desire to do more.
She kind of marched to her own drum. She just tended to gravitate to things that were a little bit off-center.
My values tend to gravitate toward the older ways. There is a high degree of honor in being a troubadour. You sure can't be doing it for the money.
People gravitate towards Magellan and it really hasn't let them down for the most part, so I think it says a lot for our economy, it's followed our economy an is responsible, in large measures, for the success that consumers have today.
theme-park approach to nature. We judge plants and animals by whether they're entertaining to us. We gravitate toward animals and plants that are big, dramatic, beautiful and at eye-level.
I gravitate to the rejects.
Athletes are driven personalities, completely focused as people pleasers, almost obsessive-compulsive. People who have addictive tendencies gravitate toward athletics.
When we flew in from a road trip, my son would be at the airport, and he would gravitate immediately to Earl. Earl just had that teddy bear quality about him.
Men have a tendency to grab whatever's convenient and also gravitate to whatever they grew up on.
In a very anxious time as this, people gravitate in droves to superhero-type stories. It's entertainment Prozac. People identify with characters that will overcome human weaknesses -- and they are going to want to take a piece of that home with them.
We think they know they're white. They always seem to gravitate towards any lines of snow.
It's kind of a reminder, particularly when you look at his young children, how they gravitate to goodness and to light, ... The idea of the song is that no matter how chaotic it is, wildflowers will still spring up in the middle of nowhere.
Being around children that small, you see how naturally they gravitate to the light. They're not cynical yet. It takes many years to unlearn that kind of innocence.
He's genuinely excited to be where he is. He's always smiling. People gravitate toward people who are upbeat.
There's been a desire lately among consumers to gravitate toward exotic foods like this.
Politicians gravitate to free airtime like a Pro Bowl running back to daylight.