Virginia Randolph Cary
Virginia Randolph Cary was the author of Letters on Female Character, Addressed to a Young Lady, on the Death of Her Mother (1828), an influential advice book.
Most likely she was born in Goochland County, Virginia
Goochland County, Virginia
Goochland County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of 2010, the population was 21,717. Its county seat is Goochland. It is located in the Richmond-Petersburg region and is a portion of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area ....

, at Tuckahoe, the plantation of her parents, Thomas Mann Randolph (1741–1794) and his first wife, Ann Cary Randolph. Her twelve sisters and brothers included Mary Randolph
Mary Randolph
Mary Randolph wrote The Virginia House-Wife , one of the most influential housekeeping and cook books of the nineteenth century...

, author of the influential cookbook The Virginia House-Wife (1824), and Thomas Mann Randolph (1768–1828), who served in the House of Representatives (1803–1807) and as governor of Virginia (1819–1822).

You know the day destroys the night, Night divides the day, Tried to run — Tried to hide — Break on through to the other side!

"Break Through (To The Other Side)" from The Doors (album)|The Doors (1967)

We chased our pleasures here, Dug our treasures there, But can you still recall The time we cried? Break on through to the other side.

"Break on Through (To The Other Side)" from The Doors

It hurts to set you free, but you’ll never follow me.

"The End" from The Doors (1967)

People are strange when you're a stranger Faces look ugly when you're alone Women seem wicked when you're unwanted Streets are uneven when you're down.

"People Are Strange" on the album Strange Days|Strange Days (1967)

When you're strange Faces come out of the rain When you're strange No one remembers your name When you're strange.

"People Are Strange" on the album Strange Days (1967)

Five to one, baby One in five No one here gets out alive, now You get yours, baby I'll get mine Gonna make it, baby If we try.

"Five to One" on the album Waiting for the Sun|Waiting for the Sun (1968)

The old get older And the young get stronger May take a week And it may take longer They got the guns But we got the numbers Gonna win, yeah We're takin' over Come on!

"Five to One" on the album Waiting for the Sun (1968)

At first flash of Eden, We race down to the sea. Standing there on Freedom's shore. Waiting for the sun...

"Waiting for the Sun" on the album Morrison Hotel|Morrison Hotel (1970)

This is the strangest life I’ve ever known.

"Waiting for the Sun" on the album Morrison Hotel (1970)

Killer on the roadHis brain is squirming like a toad.

"Riders on the Storm" from the album L.A. Woman|L.A. Woman (1971).