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Famous Everything Will Be OK Quotes
Death is the last enemy: once we’ve got past that I think everything will be alright. — Alice Thomas Ellis
Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end. — John Lennon
Everything will be alright in the end so if it is not alright it is not the end. — Deborah Moggach
A definition of faith: everything will be alright by God’s standards, maybe not ours, but by His for sure. — Mark R. Woodward
We’re living or dying. We’re already dead, the living dead. So do what you gotta do. Take care of your family, of yourself as a whole, and everything will be alright. — Schoolboy Q
God gives everyone a lane and no one can beat you in your lane. Just stay focused on Him and what you are supposed to do. And everything will be alright. — Tyler Perry
As long as each day comes with a nice fresh cup of Oakland Coffee then everything will be alright. — Mike Dirnt
How can you, of all people, say everything will be alright? He has a point. I consider my answer. Well, it’s better than saying ‘Keep on crying, I’m sure things will just get worse,’ right? — Wendy Mass
Everything will be alright if we just keep dancing like we’re 22. — Taylor Swift
Everything will be okay in the end. If it`s not okay, than there is always beer — Granger Smith
The last time I seen Eazy-E, we were at a meeting at the House of Blues with me, Big Hutch and Jada Pinkett Smith talking about shooting the Kalifornia video. Eazy was coughing real bad at the table and had to be excused a couple of times. EAZY-E never did tell us he was sick bad, but we knew. 2 weeks later, our beloved brother passed. I guess that was Eric’s Wright way of saying, don’t feel sorry for me, everything will be alright. — Kokane