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Quotable Quotes #18

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It is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it. – Douglas MacArthur

The only competition worthy of a wise man is with himself. – Anna Brownell Jameson

There are people that if they don’t know, you can’t tell ‘em. – Louis Armstrong

We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home. – Edward R. Murrow

So long as we have faith in our fairytales, we are none the worse. – Ellen Glasgow

All are creative but few are artists. – Paul Goodman

You don’t get stomach ulcers from what you eat. You get ulcers from what is eating you. – Dr. Joseph F. Alvarez

Until I truly loved, I was alone. – Caroline Norton

Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there. – Will Rogers

I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead. – Ronald Reagan

“The day has to come when it’s not a surprise that a woman has a powerful position. We’ve actually had three women secretaries of state, and people still [feel the need to] say “female secretary of state.” – Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. secretary of state

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Easy Listening Hits

These are mostly new songs to me. Somewhere Beyond the Sea is familiar to anyone who has seen Finding Nemo, of course, and I heard It’s Amore in one form or another from the time I could walk. But the rest are new friends to me. I hope, whether they are old or new to you, readers, that they are no less enjoyable.

Happy hearing!

The Mithril Guardian

Do You Know the Way to San Jose? (Dionne Warwick)

Somewhere Beyond the Sea (Bobby Darin)

It’s Amore (Dean Martin)

Rocky Mountain High (John Denver)

I’ll Never Fall in Love Again (Dionne Warwick)

My Beautiful Balloon (The Fifth Dimension)

The Candy Man (Sammy Davis Jr.)

Everything is Beautiful (Ray Stevens)

Laughter in the Rain (Neil Sedaka)

A Kiss to Build a Dream On (Louis Armstrong)

By the Time I Get to Phoenix (Glen Campbell)

Moon River (Henry Mancini)

Dream (The Everly Brothers)

Cherish (The Association)

What a Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)

Wichita Lineman (Glen Campbell)

I Write the Songs (Barry Manilow)