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Everything was a song if you knew how to listen. ~ Jean Gill
Diddily Song quotes by Jean Gill
If you were a performer that only had an acoustic instrument, back in the day you couldn't hide behind your guitar pedals or the production or the vibe. There was performance and then there was the song, and that was all that you had. ~ Will Sheff
Diddily Song quotes by Will Sheff
You don't get it. They gave me beauty and song, and then I was left in the woods to grow up for sixteen years before being handed over to you. I don't know anything about ruling. I don't even really know what taxes are. I was in the woods in the real world. In the dreamworld, I hid like a mouse and then organized balls and parties. ~ Liz Braswell
Diddily Song quotes by Liz Braswell
I'm a perfectionist ... So to me, if I had my way, a song is never perfect, never finished. ~ Dia Frampton
Diddily Song quotes by Dia Frampton
It was a scream, but it was also something like a song, too. It was like all the pain and sorrow in the world was being dredged up from the bottom of the earth and was twisting itself into a horrible, tortured melody. ~ Danielle Paige
Diddily Song quotes by Danielle Paige
All music is folk music. I ain't never heard a horse sing a song. ~ Louis Armstrong
Diddily Song quotes by Louis Armstrong
What did you do in your songs?
I don't know, I'll never know, you say. Someone else will write them about me, won't they?
I looked into a void of love. And I fell down. There was nothing else there. No where, where I was no one.
But I have to sing this song. I'm still here. ~ Alice Notley
Diddily Song quotes by Alice Notley
It's funny, when I'm not on the road or doing stuff with Bad Company - or whatever- I've always written songs galore ... a lot of stuff people don't even hear. ~ Mick Ralphs
Diddily Song quotes by Mick Ralphs
If you hear a song that makes you cry and you don't want to cry anymore, you don't listen to that song anymore. ~ Jay Asher
Diddily Song quotes by Jay Asher
There are so many bad songs that have incredible videos. It's pretty amazing, actually. The power of putting images to music is hypnotizing. It's a real power. That's a realm that I've failed at completely. ~ Devendra Banhart
Diddily Song quotes by Devendra Banhart
I don't think you get to good writing unless you expose yourself and your feelings. Deep songs don't come from the surface; they come from the deep down. The poetry and the songs that you are suppose to write, I believe are in your heart. ~ Judy Collins
Diddily Song quotes by Judy Collins
I have a sweet tooth for song and music. This is my Polish sin. ~ Pope John Paul II
Diddily Song quotes by Pope John Paul II
I always feel like I have got so much to write about, when it comes to writing for the album. I still think that even though my songs are written from my perspective, I think that all age-ranges can relate to the songs. ~ Pixie Lott
Diddily Song quotes by Pixie Lott
I told you. You don't love someone because of their looks or their clothes or their car. You love them because they sing a song only your heart can understand. ~ L.J.Smith
Diddily Song quotes by L.J.Smith
The world puts off its mask of vastness to its lover. It becomes small as one song, as one kiss of the eternal. ~ Rabindranath Tagore
Diddily Song quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
Then, you know, the other more-traditional role of the producer in, like, the kind of Quincy Jones sense is kind of part arranger. So you're coming up with, like, these - you hear these songs that are quite bare-bones, and you dream up what's the band doing? What's the rhythm section doing? What's the guitars, strings, pianos - that sort of thing. It's almost like a little toolbox. ~ Mark Ronson
Diddily Song quotes by Mark Ronson
Politics will always mean more to the poor. Always. That's why we strike and march, and despair when our young say they won't vote. That's why the poor are seen as more vital, and animalistic. No classical music for us - no walking around National Trust properties or buying reclaimed flooring. We don't have nostalgia. We don't do yesterday. We can't bear it. We don't want to be reminded of our past, because it was awful: dying in mines and slums without literacy or the vote. Without dignity. It was all so desperate then. That's why the present and the future is for the poor - that's the place in time for us: surviving now, hoping for better later. We live now - for our own instant hot, fast treats, to pep us up: sugar, a cigarette, a new fast song on the radio. ~ Caitlin Moran
Diddily Song quotes by Caitlin Moran
My dad loves to cook. I'm half Thai, and growing up, that's all we ate in my house. My dad was very big on the idea that dinnertime and cooking time was also family time. ~ Brenda Song
Diddily Song quotes by Brenda Song
Sometimes Thomas Mackee will stick an earphone into my ear and ask me to listen to a song. When I get over the revulsion of putting something in my ear that's been in his, I sit back and let the music take over, and for a half hour there's something comforting about someone's heart beating at the same rhythm as mine. ~ Melina Marchetta
Diddily Song quotes by Melina Marchetta
I am a child of Alban's earth Her ancient bones brought me to birth Her crags and islands built me strong My heart beats to her deep wild song. I am the wife with bairn on knee I am the fisherman at sea I am the piper on the strand I am the warrior, sword in hand. White Lady shield me with your fire Lord of the North my heart inspire Hag of the Isles my secrets keep Master of Shadows guard my sleep. I am the mountain, I am the sky I am the song that will not die I am the heather, I am the sea My spirit is forever free. ~ Juliet Marillier
Diddily Song quotes by Juliet Marillier
Music and time have such an interesting relationship. Music makes time fall away like almost nothing else. You hear a song from another moment of your life and it really is like you're still there. That's why the music of our youth ends up being particularly powerful. The coming of age music that you grab a hold of as the symbol or the expression of your independence and hopes for the future and anger and rebellion or whatever it is you're feeling is so powerful for the rest of your life when you hear it. ~ Jennifer Egan
Diddily Song quotes by Jennifer Egan
I aim to write songs in a way that you don't have to have gone to Ghana to relate to it, you really just have to have a heart. ~ Jason Mraz
Diddily Song quotes by Jason Mraz
Most of us remember Nat King Cole as a vocalist. His warm, grainy baritone is still so closely identified with such familiar ballads as 'Stardust' and 'The Christmas Song' that it's hard to imagine anyone else performing them. ~ Terry Teachout
Diddily Song quotes by Terry Teachout
I am in agreement with Goethe, who said that every day one ought to 'hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.' I would add to this the need to love. Without it, the rest is dust. ~ Elizabeth Berg
Diddily Song quotes by Elizabeth Berg
I was tired of my lady, we'd been together too long, like a worn-out recording of a favorite song. ~ Rupert Holmes
Diddily Song quotes by Rupert Holmes
I learned by transcribing songs out of the Library of Congress collection in Washington where I was working. I got a job when I just turned twenty in 1939 and Alan [Lomax] needed some help. I listened to hundreds of records every week. ~ Pete Seeger
Diddily Song quotes by Pete Seeger
Behind the violence of the birthing of galaxies and stars and planets came a quiet and tender melody, a gentle love song. All the raging of creation, the continuing hydrogen explosions on the countless suns, the heaving of planetary bodies, all was enfolded in a patient, waiting love. ~ Madeleine L'Engle
Diddily Song quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
Leadership is not learned by watching your brothers beat each other bloody. Nor is it learned by letting them fail their tests. ~ Anthony Ryan
Diddily Song quotes by Anthony Ryan
Usually when a song comes to me, I don't ask a lot of questions; I hear something, and I just let it out in song. It's like making a salad. Everything I hear, and everything I am, I mix together in a different way in each song. ~ Yael Naim
Diddily Song quotes by Yael Naim
I don't sit down to write a song; they just come to me from something that somebody says, or something in the news. The punchline comes to me, and I go over it in my head and get the song form. I hadn't been doing that a lot. ~ Mose Allison
Diddily Song quotes by Mose Allison
I appreciate this moment in time ... ball players and actors be knowing my rhymes ~ Common
Diddily Song quotes by Common
Pseudoscience is almost always recognizable from a distance, and easy to confirm on close examination. Science is, however, not immune from hubris, and bad science can be tougher to spot. Those of us who make a living from science or science media must display scientific integrity. We must constantly test our assumptions and fight the siren song of consensus when our data tells us to be contrarian. We must remain independent of political or religious bias in evaluating our work. We must admit when we are wrong, and remain willing to evolve when verifiable data demands change. We must admit when we are uncertain, remain humble in advances, and offer courageous and independent advice grounded in science. ~ K. Lee Lerner
Diddily Song quotes by K. Lee Lerner
But in another city, another valley, another ghetto, another slum, another favela, another township, another intifada, another war, another birth, somebody is singing Redemption Song, as if the Singer wrote it for no other reason but for this sufferah to sing, shout, whisper, weep, bawl, and scream right here, right now. ~ Marlon James
Diddily Song quotes by Marlon James
Hush now, my darling
It's all okay
Nothing can hurt you
The world won't end today
Lay down your head
Get some rest
This time will pass
We're coming up on the best
Just give it time
It's all gonna change
But remember it takes time
For things to rearrange
There are happy people in happy places
My darling, out there
One day, it'll change
One day, it'll change ~ Kaitlyn Deann
Diddily Song quotes by Kaitlyn Deann
And so we all wander around looking for the song our soul wants to sing. ~ Robbi McCoy
Diddily Song quotes by Robbi McCoy
One of the things that I think is such a constant in country music is that the song is so much a story. I believe it is supposed to be based around a story. ~ Suzy Bogguss
Diddily Song quotes by Suzy Bogguss
I think what people are attracted to about me, if anything, is my passion. People got exposed to my passion through music and song first. ~ Lauryn Hill
Diddily Song quotes by Lauryn Hill
If it is a good song, it is a good song. The Beatles were pop, the beach boys were pop and it's the best music of all time. ~ William Fitzsimmons
Diddily Song quotes by William Fitzsimmons
I am not a women that takes anything for granted, I'll lay endlessly With you and talk about meaningful and logical, I'll watch the stars at midnight and the way they twinkle back; to let me know they see me too, I'll wind the window down just to feel the breeze, I'll turn the music up when I love a song, I'll sit with the ocean when I feel lost, I'll cry when my heart hurts & I'll listen to you when yours is hurting too, I know the kind of women I am, and im not shy in showing her to the world. ~ Nikki Rowe
Diddily Song quotes by Nikki Rowe
You're a brand-new piece of sheet music,' she said slowly, 'for a song which, once played, I'd swear I'd always known. ~ Julie Berry
Diddily Song quotes by Julie Berry
There wasn't a cloud in the sky, no wind, and everything was quiet around us - all we could hear were birds chirping in the woods. The war seemed like something in a faraway land that had nothing to do with us. We sang songs as we hiked up the hill, sometimes imitating the birds we heard. Except for the fact that the war was still going on, it was a perfect morning. ~ Haruki Murakami
Diddily Song quotes by Haruki Murakami
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