De beste songteksten van Paul Simon

Simons songlines

Er zijn maar weinig artiesten die zoveel briljante liedteksten hebben geschreven als Paul Simon. Dit zijn de allermooiste tekstregels van de kleine man achter de grote hits.

"When I think back on all the crap I learned in high school, it's a wonder I can think at all"


- Paul Simon in 'Kodachrome' (1973)




"And she said losing love is like a window in your heart, everybody sees you’re blown apart, everybody sees the wind blow"


- Paul Simon in 'Graceland' (1986)



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"I’ve been mothered, fathered, aunt and uncled, been Roy Haleed and Art Garfunkeled"


- Paul Simon in 'A Simple Desultory Philippic' (1965)




"Faith is an island in the setting sun, but proof, yes, proof is the bottom line for everyone"


- Paul Simon in 'Proof' (1990)




"Remember: one man's ceiling is another man's floor"


- Paul Simon in 'One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor' (1973)



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"Hello darkness, my old friend, I've come to talk with you again"


- Paul Simon in 'The Sound Of Silence' (1965)




"When I sing I can hear the truth auditioning"


- Paul Simon in 'Oh, Marion' (1980)




"He looks around, around, he sees angels in the architecture spinning in infinity"


- Paul Simon in 'You Can Call Me Al' (1986)



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