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Soul is a feeling, not a color.
No one can deny, this love I have inside, and I'll give it all to you, my endless love.
When your past calls, don't answer. It has nothing new to say.
Greatness comes from fear. Fear can either shut us down and we go home, or we fight through it.
I just like people. I'll hold a conversation at a gas station. It's not about the fame and the fortune, I just like people.
Let the music play on would be my legacy.
Simplicity is the key to what I do.
I find myself going out on the road to get my confidence back, because I lose it at home.
Forget about 40 years in show business. Just surviving 27 years of Nicole Richie is enough.
I'm easy like Sunday Morning.
I just had to find all my friends that used to be in the business. As I say, the music business didn't die, it just moved to Nashville.
Today we've learned to celebrate mediocrity. Back in the day we had creative artists; today we have created artists.
I find the greatest songs in the world come out of pain, and I don't like it! Here's what it does: It strips away all of your facade. It makes you so honest. It's cleansing.
I always like to challenge myself. I never want to be put into a box.
The music business was not safe, but it was FUN. It was like falling in love with a woman you know is bad for you, but you love every minute with her, anyway.
Country music has always been about as close to R&B as you can possibly get. We're storytellers.
My first love, you're every breath that I take, you're every step I make
So much of my career has been about saying things the way people say them, using melodies not that I can sing but that the people can sing.
All artists are egotistical maniacs with inferiority complexes.
When will we ever learn, there's nowhere else we can turn.
People have allowed me into their homes, through my words and my music.
People, as critical as it looks, we're OK. We are in control, whether we feel it or not.
Lionel Richie, love song, OK, thank you very much, good-bye. And all of a sudden I realized that, in my career, what has made my career has always been the surprises.
By growing up in Alabama, I had a melting pot of the whole pie: R&B, gospel, country.
Traveling did a great deal to me. I found that when I travel and just sit in the corner and watch, a million ideas come to me.
Growing up with country, R&B, gospel, and classical music from my grandmother and pop, Tuskegee was the perfect melting pot for my influences as a writer.
I don't think I'm going to be priest material.
I grew up with the Grand Ole Opry, Dottie West, Conway Twitty, Buck Owens... not realizing it was influencing me as much as it was.
My earliest memories of country music are the Grand Ole Opry.
I am a country boy and proud of it.
Just when I think it couldn't get any bigger, 'Tuskegee' reaches a new level of success.
I'm a songwriter, and people will tell you the greatest stories about their lives, whether you want to hear it or not.
I travel around the world, experiencing every language, every religion... some places where there's just no reason to smile, because their lives are so difficult.