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Uss Lyric quotes by James Taylor
#1. I don't find the songs; they find me. I just strum my guitar and wait for a lyric to come. #Quote by James Taylor
Uss Lyric quotes by Cholly Atkins
#2. In vocal choreography you had to give a lot of consideration to the fact that you were working with singers and not dancers. But you had to make singers look like they were dancers, and to make the movements as natural as possible, and there to be an association with the movement, uh, somewhat to what the lyric was saying. #Quote by Cholly Atkins
Uss Lyric quotes by Charlotte Eriksson
#3. I will find comfort in the rhythm of the sea. #Quote by Charlotte Eriksson
Uss Lyric quotes by Tim Finn
#4. There are some songs where I'll have had the music for 20 years and then finally the lyric will come through. That's not common but it does happen. Then there are other songs that come really quickly. #Quote by Tim Finn
Uss Lyric quotes by Don Helms
#5. My favorite song he ever wrote was 'Cold Cold Heart.' If you think about it, the lyric to 'Cold Cold Heart,' see how many two syllable words are in that song. Very, very few ... Verses and the choruses have very few two syllable words. 'I tried so hard my dear to show that you're my everything.' One three-syllable word. #Quote by Don Helms
Uss Lyric quotes by H.G. Wells
#6. And suddenly he became almost lyric. "For three thousand years the Common Man has been fended off from the full and glorious life he might have had, by Make Believe. For three thousand years in one form or another he has been asking for an unrestricted share in the universal welfare. He has been asking for a fair dividend from civilisation. For all that time, and still it goes on, the advantaged people, the satisfied people, the kings and priests, the owners and traders, the gentlefolk and the leaders he trusted, have been cheating him tacitly or deliberately, out of his proper share and contribution in the common life. Sometimes almost consciously, sometimes subconsciously, cheating themselves about it as well. When he called upon God, they said 'We'll take care of your God for you', and they gave him organised religion. When he calls for Justice, they say 'Everything decently and in order', and give him a nice expensive Law Court beyond his means. When he calls for order and safety too loudly they hit him on the head with a policeman's truncheon. When he sought knowledge, they told him what was good for him. And to protect him from the foreigner, so they said, they got him bombed to hell, trained him to disembowel his fellow common men with bayonets and learn what love of King and Country really means.

"All with the best intentions in the world, mind you.

"Most of these people, I tell you, have acted in perfect good faith. They manage to believe that i #Quote by H.G. Wells
Uss Lyric quotes by Fernand Leger
#7. Enormous enlargements of an object or a fragment give it a personality it never had before, and in this way, it can become a vehicle of entirely new lyric and plastic power. #Quote by Fernand Leger
Uss Lyric quotes by Erich Bergen
#8. 'Dawn (Go Away)' is a sad lyric, but the melody is so happy and fun. #Quote by Erich Bergen
Uss Lyric quotes by Warsan Shire
#9. Poetry is like a portrait of a moment or person, and the poem is almost like looking at a photograph; it slaps you in the face and kisses you at the same time. Nothing else does that, with that brevity. Songs try to do it, but that's three minutes. A poem, you read it and it kind of changes your life and you don't know how it happened and you can never forget it. It's like the best song lyric, the best line from a film-everything in the world that's short and great put together. #Quote by Warsan Shire
Uss Lyric quotes by Avicii
#10. So wake me up when its all over

-Wake Me Up #Quote by Avicii
Uss Lyric quotes by Arthur Miller
#11. Amos Oz is one of the finest novelists of this entire period. MY MICHAEL is a beautiful work of great depth and in some indescribable way lingers in the mind as a lyric song to his country's people as much as a moving love story. #Quote by Arthur Miller
Uss Lyric quotes by Niall Williams
#12. I look grey. I actually do. Mirrors should be banned, the same way Uncle Noelie banned the News. Both are enemies of hope. Uncle Noelie said he couldn't take listening to the wall-to-wall Doom experts who were the Boom experts before, most of them like a dark neighbour secretly delighted to be part of an important funeral, and so, because the time called for extreme tactics and because your heart has to be sustained by something, he switched over to Lyric FM for Marty in the Morning and shook hands with Mozart. But you can't switch off the mirror, it's right there over the bathroom sink, it's hard to avoid, and in it I'm grey. #Quote by Niall Williams
Uss Lyric quotes by Tom Jones
#13. I'm a lyric man - I'm always looking for meaningful songs. #Quote by Tom Jones
Uss Lyric quotes by J. Robbins
#14. I think, then, there's the sort of, like, political dimension to lyrics. One of the problems that I've had with my output as a lyric writer is that I look back at it and there's some turn-of-phrases and some images and some kind of montage-y kinds of things I'm really proud of. But it kind of bums me out that people have told me again and again that they don't really understand what I'm trying to say. #Quote by J. Robbins
Uss Lyric quotes by Kim Hyesoon
#15. Alienation between the content and form happens frequently in my poems because I obstinately carry on dismantling my body, an act you can also call "dismantling delusion." I think that after I dismantle my female body, I can finally dismantle established lyric poems. #Quote by Kim Hyesoon
Uss Lyric quotes by John Updike
#16. Fenway Park, in Boston, is a lyric little bandbox of a ballpark. Everything is painted green and seems in curiously sharp focus, like the inside of an old-fashioned peeping-type Easter egg. #Quote by John Updike
Uss Lyric quotes by R.S. Grey
#17. Something about you caught me by surprise
Though I always knew you'd be my demise.

"I didn't want you to love me
Didn't want you thinking of me

So I kept my distance
Tried to ignore your existence
I was blinded by my pride
With you, the Jekyll to my Hyde

But that's where you found me
Baby, that's where you unwound me

Loving you would be as easy as taking a breath
But to look at you, that's a dance with death

I'd risk it all,
For you I would
You'd make me fall,
And fall I would

Loving you would be as easy as taking a breath
But to be by you, that's a dance with death.

"I thought once was enough
You turned to me and called my bluff,
Maybe I should have walked away
but I couldn't resist, I needed replay after replay

Loving you would be as easy as taking a breath
But to give you up, that's a dance with death

We were over from the start
I never said I'd give my heart
So now it's time for this to end
After all, a friend is just a friend

Loving you would be as easy as taking a breath
But to give you up, that's a dance with death

So now it's time for this to end
After all, a friend is just a friend. #Quote by R.S. Grey
Uss Lyric quotes by J. Tillman
#18. You know, there's an economy in lyric-writing that doesn't afford you, or at least me - I usually start off with nine or 10 verses and then boil it down to two or three that are half the length of the original verses. #Quote by J. Tillman
Uss Lyric quotes by David Lodge
#19. Paraphrase, in the sense of summary, is as indispensable to the novel-critic as close analysis is to the critic of lyric poetry. The natural deduction is that novels are paraphrasable whereas poems are not. But this is a false deduction because close analysis is itself a disguised form of paraphrase. #Quote by David Lodge
Uss Lyric quotes by R.K. Ryals
#20. There's guilt, and then there's a lifetime of fear and regrets. Guilt hurts. Fear makes us too cautious. Regret tears us apart. Sometimes, being broken can be beautiful. If we can't see the beauty in the pain, then we truly do go insane. ~Lyric Mason #Quote by R.K. Ryals
Uss Lyric quotes by Andrzej Sapkowski
#21. Dandelion, staring into the dying embers, sat much longer, alone, quietly strumming his lute. It began with a few bars, from which an elegant, soothing melody emerged. The lyric suited the melody, and came into being simultaneously with it, the words bending into the music, becoming set in it like insects in translucent, golden lumps of amber.
The ballad told of a certain witcher and a certain poet. About how the witcher and the poet met on the seashore, among the crying of seagulls, and how they fell in love at first sight. About how beautiful and powerful was their love. About how nothing - not even death - was able to destroy that love and part them.
Dandelion knew that few would believe the story told by the ballad, but he was not concerned. He knew ballads were not written to be believed, but to move their audience.
Several years later, Dandelion could have changed the contents of the ballad and written about what had really occurred. He did not. For the true story would not have move anyone. Who would have wanted to hear that the Witcher and Little Eye parted and never, ever, saw each other again? About how four years later Little Eye died of the smallpox during an epidemic raging in Vizima? About how he, Dandelion, had carried her out in his arms between corpses being cremated on funeral pyres and buried her far from the city, in the forest, alone and peaceful, and, as she had asked, buried two things with her: her lute and her sky blue pearl. The pearl #Quote by Andrzej Sapkowski
Uss Lyric quotes by Norman Douglas
#22. There is in us a lyric germ or nucleus which deserves respect; it bids a man to ponder or create; and in this dim corner of himself he can take refuge and find consolations which the society of his fellow creatures does not provide. #Quote by Norman Douglas
Uss Lyric quotes by Laura Mvula
#23. I don't think I always look in people's faces, like, as - I think especially when I'm doing my more intimate songs that are quite personal, I always feel it's a bit accusing if I stare in someone's face when I singing quite a personal lyric. #Quote by Laura Mvula
Uss Lyric quotes by Mara Wilson
#24. Back from 'Roam if she wants to'!" yelled Renee. She had that condition unique to choreographers and directors, where they can listen to the same line or lyric thousands of times without ever getting it right. #Quote by Mara Wilson
Uss Lyric quotes by Neil Farber
#25. I think the overall mood of the music informs the artwork, but I've found that good lyrics can be inspirational, too. #Quote by Neil Farber
Uss Lyric quotes by Paul Klee
#26. My self ... is a dramatic ensemble. Here a prophetic ancestor makes his appearance. Here a brutal hero shouts. Here an alcoholic bon vivant argues with a learned professor. Here a lyric muse, chronically love-struck, raises her eyes to heaven. Her papa steps forward, uttering pedantic protests. Here the indulgent uncle intercedes. Here the aunt babbles gossip. Here the maid giggles lasciviously. And I look upon it all with amazement, the sharpened pen in my left hand. #Quote by Paul Klee
Uss Lyric quotes by Marjorie Perloff
#27. (About "Black Debt" by Steve McCaffery)

'Impersonal' as this text is, it is by no means unemotional or uninvolved. We learn nothing-- at least nothing direct-- about McCaffery's (or his narrator's) personal life, his opinions or ruminations. Nonetheless I would posit that 'Lag' projects a highly particularized way of looking at things, of processing the most diversified information fields-- geology and genetics, archeology and advertising, classics and commercials-- that is finally recognizable in its particular ways of negotiating with language as is the more personal lyric consciousness we expect to find in poetry. #Quote by Marjorie Perloff
Uss Lyric quotes by Plato
#28. There is also a third kind of madness, which is possession by the Muses, enters into a delicate and virgin soul, and there inspiring frenzy, awakens lyric ... But he, who, not being inspired and having no touch of madness in his soul, comes to the door and thinks he will get into the temple by the help of art
he, I say, and his poetry are not admitted; the sane man is nowhere at all when he enters into rivalry with the madman. #Quote by Plato
Uss Lyric quotes by Tove Lo
#29. Sometimes it starts with a random lyric idea that sets the tone for the whole song. Chords and sounds build from the lyric and rhythm, kind of. Sometimes it's a track I fall I love with ... but writing my own songs, I rarely write on tracks. #Quote by Tove Lo
Uss Lyric quotes by Kim Hyesoon
#30. We have certain rules for traditional lyric poetry in Korea. I twist my body, confused by what to say and how to act, facing these rules. Confronting traditional lyricism, I speak with a bare body without the tattoos of culture on it. #Quote by Kim Hyesoon
Uss Lyric quotes by Andy Kim
#31. I was going through some stuff regarding my mom and dad. There was 30 years difference [between them], so when you hear the lyric, "Girl I love you / You know I do / And I do not doubt / That you love me too / But you're so young / Your life has just begun", that's what I was wondering. They were married for 44 years. #Quote by Andy Kim

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