„Life carries on
In the people I meet
In everyone that’s out on the street
In all the dogs and cats
In the flies and rats
In the rot and the rust
In the ashes and the dust
Life carries on and on and on and on.“

—  Peter Gabriel, Song lyrics, City of Angels: Music from the Motion Picture (1998), I Grieve
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„I grieve for you
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So hard to move on
Still loving what's gone
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—  Henry James American novelist, short story author, and literary critic 1843 - 1916
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