Lives of great men all remind us, Greatness takes no easy way, All the heroes of tomorrow, Are the heretics of today. Socrates and Galileo, John Brown, Thoreau, Christ, and Debs, Heard the night cry "Down with traitors!" And the dawn shout "Up the rebs!"
Follow the yellow brick road.
It's a Barnum and Bailey world, Just as phony as it can be...
Virtue is its own revenge.
When the idle poor, Become the idle rich, You'll never know, Just who is who, Or who is which.
Say, it's only a paper moon, / Sailing over a cardboard sea.
No matter how much I prove and prod, I cannot quite believe in God; But oh, I hope to God that He, Unswervingly believes in me.
We gotta be free - The eagle and me. see Amelia Jenks Bloomer, Emancipation of Women
April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom, holiday tables under the trees.
Leave the atom alone.
There ought to be a law against necessity.
As the writer of the lyric of the song 'God's Country,' I am outraged by the suggestion that somehow I am connected with, believe in, or am sympathetic with Communist or totalitarian philosophy.
Someday I'll wish upon a star.
How are things in Glocca Mora this fine day?
For what we are about to receive, Oh Lord 'tis Thee we thank,' said the cannibal as he cut a slice off the missionary's shank.
WHERE and WHEN, Are lost in space. THERE and THEN, Do not embrace. So before we disappear, Come sweet NOW and kiss the HERE.
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