The legendary American folk singer Pete Seeger was also a songwriter, naturalist, and a peace activist. He was born to singers and was inclined towards music from an early age. After struggling through the initial years, he formed a folk group called the ‘Almanac Singers’ and came out with various albums in the next couple of years before the Second World War. They further re-formed and renamed themselves as ‘The Weavers’ to compose some major hits like ‘Goodnight, Irene’. He also wrote his most appreciated work titled ‘Where Have All the Flowers Gone?’, which was one of his first anti-war verses. He wrote many hit songs which helped him enhance his reputation as a folk singer. His songs always touched some social issues which established his reputation as an activist. His significant contributions to the world of music brought him various renowned awards including multiple ‘Grammy Awards’ and a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ by ‘Grammy Awards’. The below collection of Pete Seeger’s most famous quotes have been excerpted from his writings, songs, lyrics, verses, books and thoughts. We bring to you a collection of sayings and quotations by Pete Seeger.