quote by Robert Johnson

You may bury my body down by the highway side. So my old evil spirit can catch a Greyhound bus and ride.

— Robert Johnson

Instructive Greyhound Bus quotations

He looks like a greyhound, but he runs like a bus.

Why not be oneself? That is the whole secret of a successful appearance.

If one is a greyhound, why try to look like a Pekingese?

If one is a greyhound, why try to look like a Pekingese?

I was washing dishes at the Greyhound bus station at the time and I said, 'Awap bop a lup bop a wop bam boom, take 'em out!'

I'd really like to get on a Greyhound bus and go backpacking across America.

Greyhound Bus Lines motto: "We Stop For Some Damn Thing Every 200 Yards."

I'm born originally in Toronto, and I have what I call my 'Fame' story.

I took a Greyhound bus and went to Alvin Ailey and received Dunham, Horton, Graham technique there, but I could never take my eyes off of Balanchine doing 'Nutcracker'; to me he's the best who ever did it.

I hate the bloody highways. I hate hamburgers, I hate Greyhound buses. I'd have liked to have been in America during the Jazz Age, or the Golden Age of Hollywood.

I used to run away to New York from Baltimore all the time.

I would get on the Greyhound bus and tell my parents I was going to some sorority weekend. I'd even make up fake permission slips, come to New York and just ask people on the street if I could stay with them and go see midnight movies.

I thought I was going to die a few times.

On the Freedom Ride in the year 1961, when I was beaten at the Greyhound bus station in Montgomery, I thought I was going to die. On March 7th, 1965, when I was hit in the head with a night stick by a State Trooper at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge, I thought I was going to die. I thought I saw death, but nothing can make me question the philosophy of nonviolence.