If your quote was from something you consider to be old fashioned or dated, perhaps you are feeling stuck and unable to grow anymore in the position you are in.
If your quote is a lyric in a song to which you find distasteful, maybe you are struggling with that aspect of yourself, and are viewing yourself more negatively then you should be.
Mainly in Christianity and Islam dreams are seen as messages from God. The visions are viewed as signs meant to help guide your next steps in life or to answer your prayers.
If you have fallen asleep watching a film, or while there is music playing nearby, then you might hear words and lines that seem familiar. This does not mean your brain is trying to tell you something. The dream is purely creating visuals which your mind has manipulated from the audio.
This is transferred into our dream because we find some relevance to it within our own lives, and our subconscious is now trying to show us that relevance.
Dreaming of a quote does not denote to any one general interpretation, it is dependent on how it reflects onto the individual.
Often when dreaming of quotes they will appear misshapen. This should not deter you from trying to recognize the origin of that quote, as it is a great start in order to help you decipher more about what your dream really meant. If you are struggling to remember, then try and think back to the day before as your quote might have been something you’d recently encountered in your actual life.
Quotes can be projected in many forms. You might be reading it on a piece of paper, hearing somebody else speak it, or even saying the quote yourself.
Trying to read letters and numbers in our dreams can be very peculiar. The symbols are sometimes upside down, misshapen or blurred out, thus making it difficult for our brains to process it (especially as dreams are tricky enough to process on their own accord).