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She ended, of course, with a quote: “Dance like no one is watching, love like you’ve never been hurt; sing like no one is listening, and live like it’s heaven on earth.” In 2001 a columnist in a Chapel Hill, North Carolina newspaper discussed the “heaven on earth” variant of the quotation and ascribed the words to the author and speaker William Purkey.The columnist also incorrectly suggested that Kathy Mattea created the country song: The ledge above the keyboard, intended for sheet music, is a perfect place for things I like to look at – interesting rocks, colorful tiles, favorite photos and a treasured saying, “Sing Like There’s Nobody Listening.” The words come from a poem that Kathy Mattea turned into a country song.I have seen it attributed to everyone from an unnamed Buddhist Monk, to the great Satchel Paige; but it just isn’t so.

(Has anyone ever said “give it all you’ve got” as well as Mattea does with the line “You’ve got to dance like nobody’s watching”?Other popular sets of statements overlap these lyrics and apparently were derived from these lyrics.The provenance of these modified sets is less certain. Dear Quote Investigator: The following words are attributed to a variety of people including Mark Twain, Satchel Paige, and William Purkey: The ordering of the lines varies, and sometimes other statements are inserted. Quote Investigator: In 1987 the songwriters Susanna Clark and Richard Leigh composed “Come from the Heart” which included the following lyrics: QI believes that the other sets of expressions containing the statement “dance like nobody’s watching” were derived from these lyrics.) In 1994 an article in “Orange Coast Magazine” profiled Danielle Kennedy who was a real estate agent and motivational speaker.

(Has anyone ever said “give it all you’ve got” as well as Mattea does with the line “You’ve got to dance like nobody’s watching”?Other popular sets of statements overlap these lyrics and apparently were derived from these lyrics.The provenance of these modified sets is less certain. Dear Quote Investigator: The following words are attributed to a variety of people including Mark Twain, Satchel Paige, and William Purkey: The ordering of the lines varies, and sometimes other statements are inserted. Quote Investigator: In 1987 the songwriters Susanna Clark and Richard Leigh composed “Come from the Heart” which included the following lyrics: QI believes that the other sets of expressions containing the statement “dance like nobody’s watching” were derived from these lyrics.) In 1994 an article in “Orange Coast Magazine” profiled Danielle Kennedy who was a real estate agent and motivational speaker. Additional information about the attribution to William Purkey is given further below.