In other words, as disappointing as it may be to learn for those who use our work without permission, the lyric is not in the public domain, but actually a relatively new work “made up” by a couple of hard-working songwriters.I have seen it attributed to everyone from an unnamed Buddhist Monk, to the great Satchel Paige; but it just isn’t so.) In 1994 an article in “Orange Coast Magazine” profiled Danielle Kennedy who was a real estate agent and motivational speaker.She was one of many people who felt a strong emotional resonance with the song which the magazine ascribed to Susanna Clark: This is a woman who steadfastly believes in living in what she calls “the present moment,” and in pursuing “what arouses one’s desire.” And, as in childhood, music still motivates her.Image Notes: Sunset Hopping image by reebs located in Wikimedia Commons. Paul and Jarvis De Berry who expressed skepticism about the attribution to Mark Twain in tweets in December 2012.
In the following humorous statement from Reverend Charles Caleb Colton the era of the material being appropriated was considered decisive. The famed Algonquin Round Table met in a hotel that was owned and managed by Case, and his memoir described his experiences as a host. If you take it out of several books then it is research.” In 1938 a version of the saying was credited to Wilson Mizner in a book titled “Tales of a Wayward Inn” by Frank Case.In conclusion, QI believes that the song lyrics of “Come from the Heart” should be credited to Susanna Clark and Richard Leigh.