„Kentucky woman
She shines with her own kind of light.
She'd look at you once
And a day that's all wrong looks all right.
And I love her, God knows, I love her.Kentucky woman,
If she get to know you,
She goin' to own you.
Kentucky woman.“

—  Neil Diamond, Kentucky Woman (1967)
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„This woman was a goddess to the end. For her no love could be degrading: she stood outside all degradation.“

—  E.M. Forster English novelist 1879 - 1970
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