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I think the folks out there must be unconsciously disappointed that something that cool came from such ordinary people, so they keep giving it the loftier authorship they believe it deserves. Shapiro, the editor of “The Yale Book of Quotations”, was the host of a subsection of the “Freakonomics” website dedicated to the discussion of quotations.
Additional information about the attribution to William Purkey is given further below.
) In 1994 an article in “Orange Coast Magazine” profiled Danielle Kennedy who was a real estate agent and motivational speaker.
She was one of many people who felt a strong emotional resonance with the song which the magazine ascribed to Susanna Clark: This is a woman who steadfastly believes in living in what she calls “the present moment,” and in pursuing “what arouses one’s desire.” And, as in childhood, music still motivates her.
Today, she lives by the words of Susanna Clark’s song, “Come From the Heart”: You’ve got to sing like you don’t need the money, You’ve got to love like you’ll never get hurt, You’ve got to dance like there’s nobody watching, You’ve got to come from the heart if you want it to work. In 1997 a Syracuse, New York newspaper published an article about a much-lauded teacher who enjoyed using quotations.
She employed a variant quotation containing the phrase “heaven on earth”.