Tammy Wynette Quotes
It's something that was a part of my growing up and my childhood, ... I loved the hall.
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I just realized the best way to live your life is to just be you, as cliche as it sounds. I grew up trying to please everyone.
Our economy's growth functions by inciting us to produce more and more with each passing year. In turn, we require cultural forms to enable us to sort through the glut, and our rituals are once again directed towards the immaterial, towards quality and not quantity.
One knows less about one's own destiny than about anything else on earth.
I love going to the Via Giulia, a beautiful old cobbled street, which has a bridge at one end behind the Palazzo Farnese. It has long creepers hanging from it, and is the most evocative, beautiful place to stand and enjoy the city.
People don't like the true and simple; they like fairy tales and humbug.
Edmond de Goncourt
The real 1960s began on the afternoon of November 22, 1963. It came to seem that Kennedy's murder opened some malign trap door in American culture, and the wild bats flapped out.
As for the depiction of the Catholic church, it's not meant to be a prediction.
I have my outlet for my humor through my characters, and I also have the intimacy of rapport with my fans that allows me to explain my philosophy and spirituality.
There is nothing cooler than having lines like, 'Batman, the fate of the world is upon us.' Who gets to say that? And who gets to say that in a deep, earnest, amazingly sexy way?
The blues is the foundation for a lot of things. Things have branched off. It's cool how music grows, but the foundation is always there. It's not going anywhere. The blues is always going to be relevant.
Gary Clark, Jr.
The problem with working under an outside label is that your music never seems to reach the right people.
My greatest competition is, well, me.