Top Woody Guthrie Quotes

This land is your land, this land is my land.

I ain’t got no home.

Bound for glory.

I’m singin’ in the wilderness.

I’m a rolling stone, nowhere to call my own.

This train is bound for freedom.

I see a highway full of endless possibilities.

I’ve been dusted and deported.

I’ve got this song inside of me, can’t you hear it?

There’s a harmony in the struggle.

I’ll sing about the things they don’t want me to talk about.

I’m on a road that never ends.

Life ain’t always sunshine and roses, but we can find beauty in the rain.

I’ve been down and out, but I keep on moving.

I’ve seen hard times, but I’ll keep on fighting.

My guitar is my voice, and I’ll let it be heard.

I speak for the common man, the forgotten ones.

I’m on a journey to find the truth.

I believe in the power of music to change the world.

I’m a troubadour, spreading the message of hope.

We’re all in this together, let’s lift each other up.

I’ve been on the road for so long, but I’ll never stop.

This land is for everyone, regardless of race or creed.

I’ll sing for the workers, the underprivileged, the voiceless.

I’ll write my own story, and nobody can tell me how it ends.

I’ve got fire in my soul and a song in my heart.

I’ll fight for justice, no matter the cost.

My songs are a reflection of the world I see.

I’ll keep singing until the world listens.

I believe in the power of community and unity.

I’ve walked through darkness, but I’ve found light in the music.

I’ll use my voice to challenge the status quo.

I’m not afraid to speak my mind and stand up for what’s right.

I’ve walked a thousand miles, and I’ll walk a thousand more.

I’ll sing for the forgotten places, the small towns that never make the news.

I’ve been bruised and battered, but I’ll keep on fighting.

My songs are like a healing balm for the soul.

I’ll never stop dreaming, no matter how hard the road gets.

I believe in the power of love and kindness.

I’ll sing for the dreamers, the visionaries, the ones who believe in a better world.

I’ve traveled far and wide, but I’ll always call this land my home.

My songs are my way of leaving a mark on the world.

I’ll sing for the outcasts and the rebels, the ones who don’t fit in.

I’ve seen the beauty of diversity, and I’ll celebrate it in my music.

I’ll keep singing until my voice is gone, and even then, my songs will live on.

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