Don Henley Quotes

Don Henley Quotes: I have a certain pool of subject matter that I like to write about, things that interest me: politics, religion, ecology, and relationships between men and women. And that's usually what I focus on.
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Don Henley Quote: The bubble headed bleach blonde comes on at five, she can tell you about the plane crash with a gleam in her eye. It's interesting when people die, gives us dirty laundry.
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Quotes about Don Henley: In forty-five minutes, it'll all be done. We'll all be good and crispy, but we'll still be number one.
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Quote about Don Henley: In the old days, words like sin and Satan had a moral certitude. Today, they're replaced with self-help jargon, words like dysfunction and antisocial behavior, discouraging any responsibility for one's actions..
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Don Henley Sayings: I don't mind doing two or three Eagles songs and playing the drums. I'm not one of those artists who's going to sit here and deny the past.
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Don Henley Saying: The wisdom that living brings, since I got a telegram from the God of simple things.
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Sayings about Don Henley: For every moment of joy Every hour of fear For every winding road that brought me here For every breath, for every day of living This is my Thanksgiving
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Saying about Don Henley: The trouble with you and me my friend, is the trouble with this nation, too many blessings, too little Appreciation.
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Don Henley Quotes: We all know that crap is king, give us dirty laundry.
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Don Henley Quote: Lennon's was one of the first voices I emulated when I began to sing. When we held tryouts in my pal's dad's living room for the singer in our band, I sang a Beatles song that Lennon sang. There is something about the timbre of his voice, something that it conveys, that still gets to me. The quality and the poetry of his lyrics. The wry sense of humor. And the boyishness, in the beginning. There are a great many things that touch me about him... Lennon was, to put it in his own words, a 'working-class hero.'
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