Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: Do you remember a guy that’s been in such an early song?
Licht: I heard a rumor from Ground Control.
Moses und Aron: They got a message from the action man.
Aennchen: I’m happy; hope you’re happy, too.
Don Giovanni: I’ve loved all I needed to love; sordid details following.
Elektra: The shrieking of nothing is killing.
Madama Butterfly: Just pictures of Jap girls in synthesis.
La Bohème: I ain’t got no money.
Samson et Dalila: I ain’t got no hair.
Götterdämmerung: I’m hoping to kick, but the planet—it’s glowing.
Thaïs: Strung out in heaven’s high!
Athanaël: Hitting an all-time low.
Tannhäuser: Time and again I tell myself, “I’ll stay clean tonight.”
The Merry Widow: I’m stuck with a valuable friend.
The Midsummer Marriage: One flash of light, but no smoking pistol.
Mefistofele: I never done good things.
Albert Herring: I never done bad things.
Der fliegende Holländer: I never did anything out of the blue.
The Ice Break: Want an axe to break the ice.
Tosca: Want to come down right now.
Wozzeck: My mother said, to get things done, you better not mess with Major Tom.
This made me laugh. A lot. But I humbly suggest that “Want an axe to break the ice” would also be an excellent fit for Jenufa.