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I have a good ear for languages.
– Harry Dean Stanton
The bohar snapper – they have these huge canines. I got bit by one. One took a chunk out of my ear – they are much scarier than the sharks.
– Brian Skerry
He has Van Gogh’s ear for music.
– Billy Wilder
I did not develop my ear. I discovered I had an ear, and it was an accident.
– Clive Davis
With a few notable exceptions, literary fiction in the U.K. is dominated by an upper and upper middle-class clique who usually have a tin ear for the demotic and who portray working-class characters with, at best, a benevolent condescension.
– Adrian McKinty
We only consult the ear because the heart is wanting.
– Blaise Pascal
I don’t read music or anything, so when I produce, I go basically by ear.
– Erykah Badu
Great music is in the ear of the beholder.
– Noel Gallagher
I had a quick ear and could pick up languages.
– Diane Cilento
I don’t have a Bluetooth thing on my ear. That bugs me.
– Drew Carey
All things are wearisome, more than one can say. The eye never has enough of seeing, nor the ear its fill of hearing.
– The Bible
My father had a varied ear, from Hank Williams to Ravel.
– Madeleine Peyroux
I ain’t the same person I was when I bit that guy’s ear off.
– Mike Tyson
Mozart had a tremendously fertile and creative ear for a catchy tune.
– Kenneth Branagh
The handicap of deafness is not in the ear; it is in the mind.
– Marlee Matlin
I’m totally deaf in my right ear, yeah.
– Michael Leunig
It is hard to look up to a leader who keeps his ear to the ground.
– James H. Boren
I learn my songs by ear.
– Kate Smith
I can’t read a note of music. I just do it all from ear.
– Jane Horrocks
I have a pretty good ear.
– Miranda Lambert
The hearing ear and the seeing eye.
When you produce an album, you’re dealing with it theatrically. It has to have a structure, and the inner response to that is that the ear loves it.
– Quincy Jones
I really don’t have an ear for pitch. I can’t sing at all, I can’t hum melodies and I can’t write riffs.
– Patrick Carney
In their plush melodies and plummy platitudes, many Rodgers-and-Hammerstein songs were secular hymns, which so insinuated themselves into the ear of the Eisenhower-era listener that they became the liturgical music for the American mid-century.
– Richard Corliss
The ear is the avenue to the heart.
And for the few that only lend their ear, That few is all the world.
– Samuel Daniel
Eloquent speech is not from lip to ear, but rather from heart to heart.
– William Jennings Bryan