Tony Soprano Quotes

Collection of top 16 famous quotes about Tony Soprano

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Tony Soprano Quotes By Matthew Goldman: Keep your hand on the helm. Keep your hand on the helm. Matthew Goldman
Tony Soprano Quotes By Andrew Piper: Melancholy isn't a sign of the book's end; Melancholy isn't a sign of the book's end; it is its inspiration. Melancholy is reading's muse. — Andrew Piper
Tony Soprano Quotes By Gerald Stanley Lee: Machinery makes men like itself. Machinery makes men like itself. — Gerald Stanley Lee
Tony Soprano Quotes By Michael Punke: Don't worry, little brother," he whispered, leaning back Don't worry, little brother," he whispered, leaning back into the current's welcoming arms. "It's all downstream from here. — Michael Punke
Tony Soprano Quotes By Paulo Coelho: One person's courage will help the other person One person's courage will help the other person to be equally brave. — Paulo Coelho
Tony Soprano Quotes By Alice Temperley: You have to stay true to your heritage; You have to stay true to your heritage; that's what your brand is about. — Alice Temperley
Tony Soprano Quotes By Simone Weil: Someone who does not see a pane of Someone who does not see a pane of glass is not aware of not seeing it. — Simone Weil
Tony Soprano Quotes By Debbie Ford: The level of consciousness you choose to tune The level of consciousness you choose to tune in to each moment of each day will determine the quality of your experience of the world. — Debbie Ford
Tony Soprano Quotes By John F. Kerry: Being lectured by the president on fiscal responsibility Being lectured by the president on fiscal responsibility is a little bit like Tony Soprano talking to me about law and order in this country. — John F. Kerry
Tony Soprano Quotes By Paula Poundstone: How do you come back? It's one step How do you come back? It's one step at a time. I'm optimistic because I don't know what else to be. — Paula Poundstone
Tony Soprano Quotes By Tennessee Williams: Young, gifted, and destitute... Young, gifted, and destitute... — Tennessee Williams
Tony Soprano Quotes By Georg C. Lichtenberg: An hour-glass is a reminder not only of An hour-glass is a reminder not only of time's quick flight, but also of the dust to which we must at last return — Georg C. Lichtenberg
Tony Soprano Quotes By David Horowitz: In Washington, of course, evading responsibility is an In Washington, of course, evading responsibility is an art form,
so it is not always easy to tell who's responsible for which mess. — David Horowitz