Quotations From THE PEDESTRIAN
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'I don't care what I think, I'm gonna do it anyway! 'the pedestrian
'Music - man's humanity to man' -the pedestrian
Chaucer (not really, but I just wanted to invoke his name. He is considered the Father of English Literature, after all! (like I knew that without looking it up.) Not to mention his name rhymes with saucer!
'If God played in a band, perhaps She'd overplay - but who'd notice? 'the pedestrian
'Take it God! '
'God is His own worst enemy'the pedestrian
'Sing to the birds, we owe it to them' - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (He didn't really say that, but I thought it might add some credence.)the pedestrian
'Words can only say so muchthe pedestrian
but poetry can say it all'
From my book, 'I Think I Smell a Quote':All right, by the pedestrian - if you must know
(2 for 1 if you don't mind) (I would, but anyway...)
'What I know today may not be what I know tomorrow'
'There's no tomorrow like tomorrow' -Unavailable
From my book, 'Raindrops Down the Gutter':the pedestrian
'Where would we be without Anonymous! '
From my book, 'Raindrops Down the Gutter':the pedestrian - (Trust me, who else?)
'I'd give you the shirt off my back if I had one - shirt,
that is' - Anonymous
'Oh that's right, throw that one on me...' - Anonymous
'God, the great overshadower! 'the pedestrian
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