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Joe Hill

Read through the most famous quotes from Joe Hill

Fantasy was always only a reality waiting to be switched on.

— Joe Hill

#imagination #joe-hill #nos #imagination

You loved me as hard as you knew how. I'd give anything to go back and love you better...

— Joe Hill

#love #nos #love

And he paddled away in his douche canoe.

— Joe Hill

#joe-hill #nos #funny

You think you know someone. But mostly you just know what you want to know.

— Joe Hill


Don't ever have children, Tyler, unless you're ready to be afraid everyday for the rest of your life.

— Joe Hill


All the world is made of music. We are all strings on a lyre. We resonate. We sing together.

— Joe Hill

#georgia #judas #lyre #music #music

I mean, when the world comes for your children, with the knives out, it's your job to stand in the way.

— Joe Hill

#parental-love #parenting #love

It bewildered Ig, the idea that a person could not be interested in music. It was like not being interested in happiness.

— Joe Hill

#music #inspirational

She'd thought love had something to do with happiness, but it turned out they were not even vaguely related. Love was closer to a need, no different from the need to eat, to breathe.

— Joe Hill


I am; I was. I want to be.

— Joe Hill


About Joe Hill

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Other notable songs written by Hill include "The Tramp" "There is Power in a Union" "The Rebel Girl" and "Casey Jones—the Union Scab". IWW
By this time using the name Joe or Joseph Hillstrom (possibly because of anti-union blacklisting) he joined the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) or Wobblies around 1910 when working on the docks in San Pedro California. Early life
Joel Emmanuel Hägglund was born 1879 in Gävle (then called Gefle) a city in the province of Gästrikland Sweden.

Hill was convicted of the murders in a controversial trial. In a recently discovered letter Erickson confirmed her relationship with the two men and the rivalry between them. According to the biography Joe Hill and his friend and fellow countryman Otto Appelquist were rivals for the attention of twenty-year-old Hilda Erickson a member of the family with whom the two men were lodging.

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