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How Good Bad Music And Bad Reasons Sound When One Marches Against An Enemy!
~ Friedrich Nietzsche
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A DOE Unbearably Lovely Music Is Heard As The Curtain Rises, And We See The Woods On A Summer Afternoon. A Fawn Dances On And Nibbles Slowly At Some Leaves. He Drifts Lazily Through The Soft Foliage. Soon He Starts Coughing And Drops Dead.
~ Woody Allen, Without Feathers
Every Now And Then When Your Life Gets Complicated And The Weasels Start Closing In, The Only Cure Is To Load Up On Heinous Chemicals And Then Drive Like A Bastard From Hollywood To Las Vegas... With The Music At Top Volume And At Least A Pint Of Ether.
~ H. S. Thompson
For None Of Us Can Ever Express The Exact Measure Of His Needs Or His Thoughts Or His Sorrows; And Human Speech Is Like A Cracked Kettle On Which We Tap Crude Rhythms For Bears To Dance To, While We Long To Make Music That Will Melt The Stars.
~ Gustave Flaubert, Charles Bovary
Next To Theology I Give To Music The Highest Place And Honor. And We See How David And All The Saints Have Wrought Their Godly Thoughts Into Verse, Rhyme, And Song.
~ Luthe
I Write Music With An Exclamation Point.
~ Richard Wagne
Develop Interest In Life As You See It In People, Things, Literature, Music - The World Is So Rich, Simply Throbbing With Rich Treasures, Beautiful Souls And Interesting People. Forget Yourself.
~ Henry Mille
The Human Language Is Like A Cracked Kettle On Which We Beat Out A Tune For A Dancing Bear, When We Hope With Our Music To Move The Stars.
~ Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary
Of All The Music That Reached Farthest Into Heaven, It Is The Beating Of A Loving Heart.
~ Henry Ward Beeche
Good Music Is Good Music, And Everything Else Can Go To Hell.
~ Dave Matthews, VH1 Special: Trey And Dave Go To Africa
Hell Is Full Of Musical Amateurs Music Is The Brandy Of The Damned.
~ George Bernard Shaw
Why Should We Be In Such Desperate Haste To Succeed, And In Such Desperate Enterprises? If A Man Does Not Keep Pace With His Companions, Perhaps It Is Because He Hears A Different Drummer. Let Him Step To The Music Which He Hears, However Measured Or Far Away.
~ Henry David Thoreau, "Walden"
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