Paul Simon Quotes

Kodachrome, it gives us those nice bright colors Gives us the greens of summers Makes you think all the world’s a sunny day, oh yeah! I got a Nikon camera, I love to take a photograph So momma, don’t take my Kodachrome away.

I don’t believe what the papers are saying They’re just out to capture my dime, Exaggerating this, exaggerating that.

Hang on to your hopes, my friend. That’s an easy thing to say, But if your hopes should pass away, Simply pretend, that you can build them again.

In my little town I never meant nothin’ I was just my father’s son. Saving my money, Dreaming of glory, Twitching like a finger On the trigger of a gun, Leaving nothing but the dead and dying, Back in my little town.

And every stranger’s face I see Reminds me that I long to be, homeward bound.

In terms of quality of work, experience is an advantage. But when the whole culture changes its value system, as ours has been doing, you can evolve in a way that’s appropriate for your age and still wind up as an artifact.

Sail on, Silver girl Sail on by Your time has come to shine All your dreams are on their way See how they shine.

I’m more interested in what I discover than what I invent.

I’ve been Ayn Randed, nearly branded A communist, ‘cos I’m left-handed.

I went over and introduced myself. ‘Mr. DiMaggio, I’m Paul Simon. I’m the guy who wrote ‘Mrs. Robinson.’ He knew. He invited me to sit down… It was still the hippie days and he was wondering whether I was making fun of him. I told him I wasn’t making fun of him. I said the […]