„You and I come custom-equipped in much the same way. They don't call babies bundles of joy for nothing.“

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„You know that it would be untrue
You know that I would be a liar
If I was to say to you
Girl, we couldn't get much higher.
Come on baby, light my fire —
Come on baby, light my fire —
Try to set the night on fire.“

—  Robby Krieger American rock guitarist and songwriter 1946
"Light My Fire" (1967); because Jim Morrison sang this as The Doors first hit, and he was the group's primary songwriter, this is often mistakenly thought by many to have been written by Morrison.

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„And if I don't make it, you know my baby will.“

—  Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941
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„You know that it would be untrue
You know that I would be a liar
If I was to say to you
Girl, we couldn't get much higher.
Come on baby, light my fire —
Come on baby, light my fire —
Try to set the night on fire.“

—  Jim Morrison lead singer of The Doors 1943 - 1971
Misattributed, "Light My Fire" (1967). Because Jim Morrison sang this as a breakthrough hit for The Doors and was the group's primary songwriter, this is often mistakenly thought to have been written by him. It was actually written by guitarist Robby Krieger, as were some other songs including "Love Her Madly," "You're Lost Little Girl" and "Touch Me" (as well as some other songs on the Soft Parade album). The second verse of the song, however, was written by Morrison.

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„We call “happiness” a certain set of circumstances that makes joy possible. But we call joy that state of mind and emotions that needs nothing to feel happy.“

—  André Gide French novelist and essayist 1869 - 1951
Pretexts: Reflections on Literature and Morality (1964), “An Unprejudiced Mind,” p. 326

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