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 I think our generation is definitely more open and accepting. But more so, we have technology and music, and people cling to the music most. 
— Heather Morris saying people listen to music when they are down / February 17, 2011
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 My music's not going to wake up tomorrow morning and tell me it doesn't love me anymore, So I'm content with my solitude. I'm okay with being alone. I choose to have someone in my life when I can. 
— Lady Gaga on her music / May 27, 2009
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 We could probably write a hundred songs together if we thought it was important or the right reasons were there 
— Bob Dylan saying he and Robert Hunter are trying music for an upcoming off-Broadway production. / May 2009
 The difference, I realised, was that Zac is not only an actor but also a musician, a bona fide song-and-dance man. We ladies are defenceless against such a combination 
— Claire Danes speaking about Zac Efron soon after he is listed in Times 100 Most Influential People list / May 2009
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 The band is about the music 
— Aerosmith saying the band is committed to music and that they will hold a free concert in Hawaii to appease angry fans / April 2009
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 My music is my heart and my soul and my guts and my blood 
— Norah Jones
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 In a sense I'm rediscovering what I love about music and creating art and all that has become more raw to me 
— Keith Urban speaking about his hobbies
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 Music to me man, its, its what's gotten me through... I don't stand up. I don't dance around like I used to, but I can still tell you how I feel through my hands. 
— Wayman Tisdale
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 When I look at great works of art or listen to inspired music, I sense intimate portraits of the specific times in which they were created. 
— Billy Joel
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 More than art, more than literature, music is universally accessible. 
— Billy Joel on Music