„Awake, Ausonian Muse, and sing the vineyard song!“

—  Hilaire Belloc, Context: To exalt, enthrone, establish and defend, To welcome home mankind's mysterious friend Wine, true begetter of all arts that be; Wine, privilege of the completely free; Wine the recorder; wine the sagely strong; Wine, bright avenger of sly-dealing wrong, Awake, Ausonian Muse, and sing the vineyard song!
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„He that sings a lasting song
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„Anything I can sing, I call a song. Anything I can't sing, I call a poem.“

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„May these songs year after year be sweeter to sing among men.“

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„I wanted to sing other types of songs that Simon and Garfunkel wouldn't do.“

—  Paul Simon American musician, songwriter and producer 1941
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