— John Newton Anglican clergyman and hymn-writer 1725 - 1807
— Ralph Waldo Emerson American philosopher, essayist, and poet 1803 - 1882
„Each Time The Wind Blows
I Hear Your Voice So
I Call Your Name.
Whispers At Morning
Our Love Is Dawning
Heaven's Glad You Came.“
— Michael Jackson American singer, songwriter and dancer 1958 - 2009
I Just Can't Stop Loving You
„Only the road and the dawn, the sun, the wind, and the rain,
And the watch fire under stars, and sleep, and the road again.“
— John Masefield English poet and writer 1878 - 1967
„When I was in the Soviet Union recently I was being interviewed by a newspaperman and he said, "Which dancers influenced you the most?" and I said, "Oh, well, Fred Astaire." He looked very surprised and shocked and I said, "What's the matter?" He said, "Well, Mr. Balanchine just said the same thing."“
— Fred Astaire American dancer, singer, actor, choreographer and television presenter 1899 - 1987
Jerome Robbins in Heeley, David, producer and director. Fred Astaire: Puttin' on his Top Hat and Fred Astaire: Change Partners and Dance (two television programs written by John L. Miller), PBS, March 1980. (M).
„Sweetheart we're alone
And you are mine.
Let's make this night a night to remember.
Don't make our love a cold dying ember,
For with the dawn, you'll be gone.“
— Elvis Presley American singer and actor 1935 - 1977
You'll Be Gone, written by Elvis Presley, Red West and Charlie Hodge (1961)
— Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums
Sometimes paraphrased as "One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple" or "Someday I will find the right words … ", and sometimes misattributed to The Dharma Bums rather than to Some of the Dharma.
— Homér Ancient Greek epic poet, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey 750
— Marilyn Manson American rock musician and actor 1969
„I didn't expect to recover from my second operation but since I did, I consider that I'm living on borrowed time. Every day that dawns is a gift to me and I take it in that way. I accept it gratefully without looking beyond it. I completely forget my physical suffering and all the unpleasantness of my present condition and I think only of the joy of seeing the sun rise once more and of being able to work a little bit, even under difficult conditions.“
— Henri Matisse French artist 1869 - 1954