„Hey! I'm their leader, I've got to follow them!“
„I've got someone who loves me tonight.
I've got over a thousand dollars in the bank,
And I'm all right.“
— Tom Petty American musician 1950
Room At The Top
„I've got a tiger by the tail it's plain to see
I won't be much when you've got through with me
Well I'm losing weight and I'm turning mighty pale
Looks like I've got a tiger by the tail.“
— Buck Owens American country singer-songwriter 1929 - 2006
"I've Got A Tiger By The Tail"
„I've got no talent. Still sing flat as a table. I'm a sort of human spaniel. People come to see what I'm like. I make them feel, I exhaust them, I destroy them.“
— Johnnie Ray American singer, actor, songwriter and composer 1927 - 1990
On his audience, quoted in Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom: The Golden Age of Rock https://books.google.com/books?id=GDqHDAAAQBAJ&pg=PT10&lpg=PT10&dq=johnnie+ray+i%27ve+got+no+talent.+Still+sing+flat+as+a+table.+I%27m+a+sort+of+human+spaniel.+People+come+to+see+what+I%27m+like.+I+make+them+feel,+I+exhaust+them,+I+destroy+them.&source=bl&ots=TA8ZYtZoiO&sig=ghfk2d2wBgArGv8PV2AlqkXAavY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjs7dWrpI7UAhUr1oMKHRwCDeMQ6AEIKjAB#v=onepage&q=johnnie%20ray%20i've%20got%20no%20talent.%20Still%20sing%20flat%20as%20a%20table.%20I'm%20a%20sort%20of%20human%20spaniel.%20People%20come%20to%20see%20what%20I'm%20like.%20I%20make%20them%20feel%2C%20I%20exhaust%20them%2C%20I%20destroy%20them.&f=false
— Bill Bailey English comedian, musician, actor, TV and radio presenter and author 1964
— John Wayne American film actor 1907 - 1979
— Theodore Roosevelt American politician, 26th president of the United States 1858 - 1919
— Steven Wright American actor and author 1955
„I'm only human.
I've got a skeleton in me.
But I'm not the villian,
despite what you're always preaching.“
— Hayley Williams American singer-songwriter and musician 1988
„Oh, I've got news for you
Baby, that I've made plans for two
I guess I'm just a stubborn kind of fellow
Got my mind made up to love you.“
— Marvin Gaye American singer-songwriter and musician 1939 - 1984
Stubborn Kind of Fellow, co-written with William "Mickey" Stevenson and George Gordy.