James Blunt is an English singer-songwriter. He is best known for his hit single "You're Beautiful" from his debut album Back to Bedlam, released in 2004. Blunt has sold over 20 million albums and 17 million singles worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
What is the most famous quote by James Blunt ?
I'm pretty sure Adele and James Blunt were dumped by the same man.— James Blunt
What can you learn from James Blunt (Life Lessons)
- James Blunt teaches us to stay true to ourselves and to never give up on our dreams. He has overcome many obstacles to become a successful musician, showing us that hard work and dedication can lead to success.
- He also encourages us to be kind and compassionate, and to never be afraid to take risks and follow our hearts.
- Finally, he reminds us to keep a positive attitude and to never give up, no matter how difficult the situation may be.
The most cheerful James Blunt quotes that are proven to give you inner joy
Following is a list of the best James Blunt quotes, including various James Blunt inspirational quotes, and other famous sayings by James Blunt.
I am a dreamer but when I wake, you can't break my spirit, it's my dreams you take
I guess if you're stupid enough to join the army without thinking about getting shot at, then you really are a fool.
Will you be my shoulder when I'm gray and older? Promise me tomorrow starts with you. Getting high, running wild among the stars above. Sometimes it's hard to believe you remember me.
I write, "Give me reason but don't give me choice, because I'll make the same mistake again." I think that's what most men want to be told.
The showbiz world has to be manipulated to make it more interesting because most people's lives are boring.
If the Army helped towards my tuition fees I would then give them four years of my life.
It may be over but it won't stop there, I am here for you if you'd only care
It's taken a long time but eventually when I had the songs in place and demos right and I found myself a manager, that's when everything started happening quickly but I think that's always the way it is.
Melodic quotes by James Blunt
In a way song writing can almost be detrimental, because suddenly you find an outlet that is a kind of cheating. You don't need to have direct communication. You can say, 'I can't describe it to you, but I will record it and send it to you.'
It's always nice to be able to capture your life's experiences in a song and hold the emotion in that way.
Absolutely, it's a really weird stage because at the minute, I can walk down the street and be unrecognised, lead a normal life, but my label and everybody is warning me that will be changing and I'm in for a rollercoaster ride.
I know I'm a pop star. But sometime I'd like to be a rock star.
On the song 'Dangerous,' it feels like a teenager picking up a new instrument and writing something with all of that naive excitement.
Every person I've met has influenced my songs.
No matter whether you are black or white, man or woman, gay or straight, Christian, Muslim, or Jew, we all share the same emotions, the same human condition.
I used to have an eBay addiction. I was really good at selling stuff. My sister needed to get to a funeral in Ireland - the airlines were on strike - so I listed her on eBay: damsel in distress. Guys were outbidding guys to be the hero and help her. A guy who owned a helicopter won.
Quotations by James Blunt that are heartfelt and emotive.
Maybe I should try singing like a man.
I write songs about my own experiences. You can't lie to yourself. You can't pose to yourself.
Being British, I don't really have a way of expressing myself in conversation.
Music transcends language.
Mothers always think their children are prettier than they really are, and mine has always told me I look like Tom Cruise.
Things take a long time, but when it's right things move fast.
The song is about love, life, fear and hope... and more than anything, you... and me...
I think sensitive is the wrong description of me.
I'm British, actually, so quite bad at expressing myself in conversation, as any ex-girlfriend will tell you. I'm probably emotionally stunted.
I don't think I picked up the guitar in the first place as a way of getting women. There are probably better ways of doing it.
And the one job my father knew of, that he'd had experience of himself, was the Army, so he could help me in that direction.
I always wanted to be a Muppet.
To get up on stage with a band is fantastic. To play songs to an audience is mindblowing.
I never really set out to do anything in the charts with music.
It came as a total surprise that I did, and it's fun.
I try to read everything that I can about myself because Saddam Hussein didn't read his reviews and he thought he was winning!
War is devastating, and it leaves its scars for generations.
My parents are still together. I have two sisters. I travel the world and they are the people I speak to.
To come home and share life experiences with friends is the key to what makes me feel really alive.
There's a lot of music nowadays with people singing about how amazing their clothes are and how incredible their shoes are and how much jewelry they might be wearing or how much jewelry they want, how much money they have and the club that they're in and the alcohol that they're drinking. I think that's showing off. I don't think it's necessarily all that honest or all that interesting.
Every time I do an interview, it's like serious therapy. But real therapy isn't something that I'd ever have. I feel fortunate that mentally everything is functioning well.
If you get up on stage and brag, I don't think that's very brave. It's braver to get up and take your clothes off. And I do that every night.
My life is brillant, My love is pure.
I don't know how to write without thinking what people would want. You don't know whether they want you to be black or white, so you kind of get a gray, something in the middle.
I try to tell one lie in every interview. It keeps people I know amused when they read the article.
I always wanted to be a Muppet. So when 'Sesame Street' approached me to guest star, I thought: 'I'm going to be on this!' It's pretty incredible stuff.
Being sent away to boarding school at seven is as great an inspiration as any songwriter could have - to be taken away from one's family and locked away for 10 years. It does create an incredible intensity of emotion.
Ladies love a soppy lyric. There's a real winner in 'Carry You Home'.
We see differences in people and seem to be afraid of people. The black or white or gay or straight - I don't necessarily look for differences but for similarities. We need to be looking out for each other.
I have fun with it and I am honest and open about the way I lead my life and don't mislead anyone. I've had the time of my life and thank God for that, it would be such a waste otherwise.
I'm screaming at the top of my voice
I have been told by people that I should not be seen clubbing with good-looking women, but I can't see why not. Why be a pop star otherwise?
This will be my first visit [to Israel]. I've heard it's a special place, that Tel Aviv is exciting and that the atmosphere is excellent....I hope I'll have time to visit the holy places.
Honestly if men are given a choice, we'll choose everything.
I think the things that make me excited are only best when they're shared with people.
As a singer-songwriter who gets up on stage and sings about those things that make me vulnerable is an amazing experience. You get up on stage and effectively take your clothes off in front of thousands of people.