So I watched until I got to the scene I remembered, shouted “Aha!” in joyous triumph.
I recited with a certain joyous lilt which was my own, for — his memory was good, and at a second rendering, very often the first, he made a quatrain his own — he recited the same lines and invested them with an unrest and passionate revolt that was well-nigh convincing.
It may be only grandstanding for the cameras, but I strongly suspect that it is something more, that Pinera speaks and acts for a people united in joyous admiration for the miners and their rescuers: united right across the gulf between right and left, poverty and wealth, one political party and another.
A class full of cheering fourth graders leaped to their feet, dancing in joyous excitement.
Her singing was in joyous response to the knowledge that her death was imminent. 148 Others sang constantly.
The playing, uniformly joyous, is almost unbelievably exuberant and intense; in lesser hands that could result in unfocused chaos.
You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again.
But in joyous Tex Avery fashion, nothing ever goes as Spike wants it, and we are all the better for it.