Additional information about the attribution to William Purkey is given further below.
There is no substantive support for ascriptions to Mark Twain or Satchel Paige.
Bolsta stated on his blog that he contacted Vicki Corona directly to explore the origin of the saying in her book: I was shocked to find this popular quote in a 1989 thirty-two-page booklet on Tahitian dance.
Bolsta admirably performed extensive research attempting to pin down the sources for the quotations in his book.
The brothers have also been involved in the Harry Potter Exhibition; they were present during its 2009 official opening in Chicago and have since followed its tour around different cities and countries to promote it. In January 2014, both went to the Harry Potter Celebration in Orlando, with Evanna Lynch, Matthew Lewis and Devon Murray. The twins support rival football clubs in Birmingham. Both travel around the world to tour and attend sports games and events; Oliver also maintains his own website called JOP World, where he chronicles the various places he visits and keeps fans updated with the brothers' activities.
It is Oliver, not James, who has been with his girlfriend for 5 years. As for James, he used to have an American girlfriend, but for the past year he's been dating a girl from a UK seaside town.
You get the idea that this is going to be a good record from the very first cut, the mandolin-tinged “Come From The Heart,” with its delicious mandolin licks and uplifting message of unbridled spontaneity.
The important reference work “The Yale Book of Quotations” has an entry ascribing the lyrics to Clark and Leigh.
Outside of acting, James has worked as a runner on the set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince although he has afterwards jokingly admitted that he prefers the actor's job because he doesn't have to get up so early, and other film productions, such as The Da Vinci Code.
In 2009, the twins appeared as brothers in the 5th episode of the 3rd season of the TV series Kingdom.
In 2012, they starred in "A Mind's Eye," a short documentary film based on the philosophical ideas of Plato.
She was one of many people who felt a strong emotional resonance with the song which the magazine ascribed to Susanna Clark: This is a woman who steadfastly believes in living in what she calls “the present moment,” and in pursuing “what arouses one’s desire.” And, as in childhood, music still motivates her.
Today, she lives by the words of Susanna Clark’s song, “Come From the Heart”: You’ve got to sing like you don’t need the money, You’ve got to love like you’ll never get hurt, You’ve got to dance like there’s nobody watching, You’ve got to come from the heart if you want it to work. In 1997 a Syracuse, New York newspaper published an article about a much-lauded teacher who enjoyed using quotations.