„Do I have to say the words?
Do I have to tell the truth?
Do I have to shout it out?
Do I have to say a prayer?
Must I prove to you how good we are together?
Do I have to say the words?“

—  Bryan Adams, Song lyrics, Waking Up the Neighbours (1991), Do I Have to Say the Words?, written by Bryan Adams, Mutt Lange, and Jim Vallance

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—  Francis of Assisi Catholic saint and founder of the Franciscan Order 1182 - 1226
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Always spoken the truth in my books?“

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