Cause I am a Superwoman, Yes I am, Yes she is, Even when I'm a mess, I still put on a vest, With an S on my chest, Oh yes, I'm a Superwoman, ... And all my sisters, Coming together, Say yes I will, Yes I can

— Alicia Keys

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Everything you want to be, you already are. You're simply on the path to discovering it.


Still when I'm a mess I still put on a vest With an 'S' on my chest Oh yes, I'm a Superwoman


The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.


Love me like you'll never see me again.


You're stronger, and you're better, and you're ready for whatever.


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I'm not ashamed of what I am and that I have curves and that I'm thick. I like my body.


There's something so powerful about being my own gorgeous, beautiful, individual, unique self.


All of us are different. That's what makes us interesting and special. I don't want to be anything like another person. I want to be totally myself and go against the grain, forge my own path. I've learned that being different is what makes you stand out. It makes everything so much more intriguing.


Adam Levine and I remade the Rolling Stones' classic Wild Horses, and it is right up my alley, that whole style. It has a style of its own but still stays very true to the classic arrangement, and I love it.


My mom is definitely my rock.


I pray to give thanks and to recognize all the good things that are in my life even during times of great change, confusion, or frustration.


Good food is an amazing blessing. Whenever you can sit down at a table, eat food that is extremely delicious, and are surrounded by people you's: Wow, life is good.


About Alicia Keys

Quotes 216 sayings
Nationality American
Profession Musician
Birthday October 16

I lived with my mom in a really small apartment.

My bedroom was like in the living room. That's why I still love to sleep on couches now.


I feel more like I'm a person who has so much to offer in different capacities that it would be a danger for me not to give myself a chance to spread my wings in all different directions.


Fear is not a part of my vocabulary, actually, and I think that it's really made me a much smarter, braver for sure, person.


Falling down ain't falling down, If you don't cry when you hit the floor, It's called the past cause I'm getting past, And I ain't nothing like I was before, You ought to see me now


But when I first fell in love with the piano, I knew it was me. I was dying to play.


You can't really compare people. That's one of the biggest lessons I've learned, because comparing yourself to someone else really stops you from being who you are.


I pray before everything. When I wake up, before I eat, before I perform, before I go to sleep, in the moments I need guidance.


Right now the way I define beauty is individuality and wisdom, which I think creates a certain inner confidence. And not confidence in a way that's only on the surface, but a deep-down knowing of yourself or settling into who you are.


I find that the love we share fills me up and makes me see and appreciate life in a different way.


I'm committed to evolving and growing and sitting at the head of my own table with no fears or limitations. But I've also learned to be more open now and more spontaneous in life.


I look forward to my first visit to Israel.

Music is a universal language that is meant to unify audiences in peace and love, and that is the spirit of our show.


Early on in my career, I was more closed off in every way.

I thought I was protecting myself; instead, I was robbing myself of all I could learn and experience.


I wouldn't mind being in one place for two months or so. It really doesn't sound so bad!


I'm discovering my sexual side, and exploring relationships.

You know, sensual stuff. And I'm discovering a lot of sides of myself, stuff I've buried. So the music is also therapeutic, to come to terms with things. And I feel now like my head is in the right space.


All women are NATURALLY, bad ass!


A Minor is one of my all-time favorite keys to play in.

It's a very moody key, and also 'A' is the first letter of my name. It just represents the songs through my eyes.


No one will take care of you if you don't take care of yourself.


I grew up in a pretty tough neighborhood.

I grew up around drugs, alcohol, prostitution, I grew up around everything, and I think part of seeing that from really young has made me really steer very far away from it in all of its forms.


I believe if you can find something to give back to, your soul will feel fulfilled in a very powerful way.


I'm a very caring person.


I would hate to make music and people love me for something that isn't me.


The last thing I want is to walk into my house after a long day and see all the Grammys and awards. It would make me feel weird.


I'd rather not have anything than be a liar.


I love the written word so much, I know it's gonna flow naturally.


A lot of times I watch TV and I watch film and there's so many things I'd love to talk about that I feel don't get the opportunity to be shown. Sometimes things become very stereotypical and one-sided, and I feel like it's such a colorful world.


Once people see this 'Unplugged,' I just want them to feel the spontaneity, to feel passionate... I want you to see another side of me, that's free, and feel where my head is, where whatever happens, happens. I want you to feel inspired.


I really like to live my life in a low-key fashion.


I was so deeply involved in music, I had already outgrown all the pressure of high school cliques and gossip.


Soul music is timeless.


When I was younger, studying classical music, I really had to put in the time.

Three hours a day is not even nice - you have to put in six.


Everybody goes through their life in different ways.

I definitely am having my journey. It evolves and changes. At some moments, I feel totally off center and trying to find my way back.


I love being a mom. And I think what I love the most is the way it makes me think about what's important and what's not important. What to fight for and what to just be cool with. What it is that I'm teaching through example and what it is that I was taught that I don't want to teach.


I've met many young women who are HIV positive and courageously fighting the disease. Their determination to live a full life and see their children live in a better world is deeply inspiring to me.


I feel alive in quiet moments with my son, riding our bikes or watching him line his trains up in a particular order, witnessing how his mind works, hearing him learn a new word. I'm alive in these special moments because I never knew a love like this.


I've seen so many lives turn around from the impossible.

I have come to embrace the idea that even the simplest act of understanding, love and attention can produce the biggest results.


And I love kick boxing. It's a lot of fun. It gives you a lot of confidence when you can kick somebody in the head.


I've learned that one of my greatest secrets is scheduling downtime into a busy schedule. This gives me the time to have quality moments with my husband and son, who both recharge my spirit in ways I never imagined.