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  • Edgar Lee Masters (category American poets)
    in your heart, and that is you. And if the people find you can fiddle, Why, fiddle you must, for all your life. "Fiddler Jones" I never started to
    3 KB (380 words) - 19:18, 12 April 2014
  • know it But I'm a fiddle player too And if you care to take a dare I'll just make a bet with you" "Now you play a pretty good fiddle, boy But give the
    5 KB (813 words) - 01:05, 17 January 2016
  • dance or picnic. I ended up with forty acres; I ended up with a broken fiddle — And a broken laugh, and a thousand memories, And not a single regret
    23 KB (2,239 words) - 10:10, 23 August 2015
  • before any United States proconsul and Canada is the boring second fiddle in the American symphony. New York Herald Tribune, 30 June 1953 [The world may
    1 KB (110 words) - 09:42, 5 July 2015
  • mostly string instruments such as banjos, electric and acoustic guitars, fiddles, and harmonicas. Country music is three chords and the truth Harlan Howard
    2 KB (178 words) - 02:10, 27 November 2015
  • Irving Chernev (category Americans)
    Irving Chernev (1900–1981) was a prolific Russian-American chess author. Don't fiddle while Byrne roams! Advice passed to the chess player and teacher
    752 bytes (72 words) - 04:01, 25 November 2014
  • Chapter 7. Others import yet nobler arts from France, Teach kings to fiddle, and make senates dance. Alexander Pope, The Dunciad (1728 to 1743), Book
    20 KB (3,006 words) - 22:37, 3 January 2016
  • second fiddle in the American symphony. Andrei Gromyko, as quoted in the New York Herald Tribune (30 June 1953). We shall form to the American union
    17 KB (2,222 words) - 04:19, 6 February 2016
  • Marianne Moore (category American poets)
    I too, dislike it: there are things that are important beyond all this fiddle, Reading it, however, with a perfect contempt for it one discovers in
    15 KB (1,897 words) - 13:31, 18 November 2015
  • second fiddle in the American symphony. Andrei Gromyko, New York Herald Tribune (30 June 1953). Fuck your parliament and your constitution. America is an
    7 KB (970 words) - 22:57, 2 February 2016
  • Chamfort. The Frenchman, easy, debonair, and brisk, Give him his lass, his fiddle, and his frisk, Is always happy, reign whoever may, And laughs the sense
    24 KB (3,169 words) - 11:34, 6 February 2016
  • England by Halliwell Phillips. When I was young and had no sense I bought a fiddle for eighteen pence, And all the tunes that I could play Was, "Over the
    52 KB (8,027 words) - 03:40, 6 January 2016
  • Upton Sinclair (category American authors)
    loose. For my part, much as I enjoy symphony concerts, I want to put my fiddle away in its case and get a rifle and go out and settle with the tiger. Letter
    26 KB (3,757 words) - 00:40, 3 January 2016
  • The Prince of Tides (category American films)
    bluff. Isn't it, asshole? [Tom throws fiddle high in the air] Herbert: [screaming] I'm sorry, Susan! [Tom catches fiddle] Tom: Sincerity becomes you, Herbie
    4 KB (579 words) - 20:51, 4 May 2015
  • Batman (TV series) (category American TV shows)
    young all my life, Batman, and besides beauty contests are practically an American institution. Batman: You see, gentlemen, such pure logic is indisputable
    68 KB (9,638 words) - 00:34, 30 January 2016
  • Waylon Jennings (category Americans)
    Rainy Day Woman, from The Ramblin' Man (1974). It's the same old tune, fiddle and guitar. Where do we take it from here? Rhinestone suits and new shiny
    4 KB (509 words) - 07:21, 11 September 2015
  • Tom Lehrer (category American musicians)
    to transubstantiate! "The Vatican Rag". So get down upon your knees, Fiddle with your rosaries, Bow your head with great respect, And genuflect, genuflect
    19 KB (3,002 words) - 03:32, 8 March 2015
  • water, but a pencil must be lead. You can lead a horse to water, but dont fiddle with it... thats just weird. You can eat your cake and have it too. Often
    51 KB (8,153 words) - 11:17, 28 September 2015
  • adequate to the conception of a tom-cat, when fired by contemplation of a fiddle-string, this consummate and star-like youth, missing everywhere his heaven-appointed
    56 KB (8,578 words) - 17:39, 14 January 2016
  • Gone with the Wind (film) (category American films)
    Rhett: Did you ever think of marrying just for fun? Scarlett: Marriage, fun? Fiddle-dee-dee. Fun for men, you mean. [Rhett rescues Scarlett from the panicked
    16 KB (2,363 words) - 16:55, 18 December 2015

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