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1969


“We live all too brief a span.  What little we have should not be wasted.”
“True verse and music grow from suffering.”
“Money, pardon the expression, is like manure.  It's not worth a thing unless it's spread around, encouraging young things to grow.”
“What I like and what I need are two different things.”
“Don’t ever hit your mother with a shovel.  It leaves a dull impression on her mind.”
“I've lost everything - my job, my future, everything people think is important, but I don't care because even if I have to dig ditches for the rest of my life, I shall be a ditchdigger who once had a wonderful day.”
“It’s real hard to be free when you’re bought and sold in the marketplace.”
“You artists, you painters, produce nothing that nobody needs never.”
“Without love, life has no purpose.”
“Don’t ever tell anyone that they’re not free because then they’re going to get busy killing and maiming to prove that they are.”
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