The reason you can not find any printed or recorded support for these assertions dating back any earlier than our song, is because they don’t exist.In other words, as disappointing as it may be to learn for those who use our work without permission, the lyric is not in the public domain, but actually a relatively new work “made up” by a couple of hard-working songwriters.Other popular sets of statements overlap these lyrics and apparently were derived from these lyrics.
(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”?
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic. (Special thanks to Kirk Justus for his email inquiry in 2011. Thanks to Andrew Old who tweeted an inquiry in January 2014.
Copies of agencies’ requests to the Office of the Governor for permission to have measures drafted for the 2019 regular legislative session and of requests to the Office of Legislative Counsel for drafting services for those measures.
Records related to the governor's meeting with Nike's Julia Brim-Edwards and other representatives from headquarter companies on June 26, 2018.
This request includes any documents used to prepare for the meeting or during the meeting, not limited to written notes, emails, memos, audio recordings, presentation materials and talking points written or received by the governor or her staff.