Go fast enough to get there, but slow enough to see.

— Jimmy Buffett

The most lust Jimmy Buffett quotes that will add value to your life

I have always looked at life as a voyage, mostly wonderful, sometimes frightening. In my family and friends I have discovered treasure more valuable than gold.


Be yourself, be pleasant, play hard and have no regrets.

Jimmy Buffett quote If we couldn't laugh, we would all go in

If we couldn't laugh, we would all go insane.


Sail the main course in a simple sturdy craft.

Keep her well stocked with short stories and long laughs. Go fast enough to get there but slow enough to see. Moderation seems to be the key.

Jimmy Buffett quote If there is a heaven for me, I'm sure it

If there is a heaven for me, I'm sure it has a beach attached to it.


later down the road of life, i made the discovery that salt water was also good for the mental abrasions one inevitably acquires on land.


It's those changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes nothing remains quite the same. With all of our running and all of our cunning, if we couldn't laugh, we would all go insane.


We got to roll with the punches, play all of our hunches, make the best of whatever comes your way. Forget that blind ambition, learn to trust your intuition - plowing straight ahead, come what may.


Therapy is extremely expensive. Popping bubble wrap is radically cheap.


I'd like to be a jellyfish, 'cause jellyfish don't pay rent.


Wrinkles will only go where the smiles have been.


Wasting away again in Margaritaville, searching for my lost shaker of salt.


Without geography you're nowhere.


Some of it's magic and some of it's tragic but I had a good life all the way.


About Jimmy Buffett

Quotes 170 sayings
Nationality American
Profession Musician
Birthday October 16

If we couldn't laugh, we would all go insane.


Bryl-cream, a little dab will do you.


I'd rather die while I'm living then live while I'm dead.


Searching is half the fun: life is much more manageable when thought of as a scavenger hunt as opposed to a surprise party.


When the good times come around, they gallup in like wild horses.

You just try to stay on them for as long as you can. And when they throw you offyou just wait in the shade until they come around again.


Where's the church, who took the steeple, Religion's in the hands of some crazy ass people, Television preachers with bad hair and dimples, The God's honest truth is, it's not that simple


We're weird roman candles burning bright at both ends.

At the end of the road's where this story begins. Where the green of the gulf meets the blue of the sea. What makes it all happen is still a mystery to me. But those crazy days and those crazy ways, we never want to undo. We'll be together, now and forever.


Indecision may or may not be my problem.


I'm living on things that excite me, be they pastry, or lobster, or love...


I'm growing older, but not up.


Only time will tell if it was time well-spent


I'm going back to my parrot head friends.


I made a deal with the devil for a whole lot of money.


The ocean has always been a salve to my soul.


Forget that blind ambition, and learn to trust your intuition.


Some people never find it, some only pretend, but I just want to live happily ever after every now and then.


I've got a Caribbean soul I can barely control, and some Texas hidden here in my heart!


Shells sink, dreams float. Life's good on our boat.


And there's that one particular harbor Sheltered from the wind Where the children play on the shore each day And all are safe within...


Mother, mother ocean, I have heard you call.

Wanted to sail upon your waters, since I was three feet tall. You've seen it all, you've seen it all. Watched the men who rode you, switch from sails to steam. In your belly, you hold the treasure that few have ever seen, most of them dreams, most of them dreams.


Elvis was the only man from Northeast Mississippi who could shake his hips and still be loved by rednecks, cops, and hippies.


Where it all ends I can't fathom, my friends. If I knew, I might toss out my anchor.


Pack your bags, we're going on a guilt trip!


Cheeseburger in paradise!


As a dreamer of dreams and a travelin' man, I have chalked up many a mile.

Read dozens of books about heroes and crooks, and I learned much from both of their styles.


Older and wiser voices can always help you find the right path, if you are only willing to listen.


Give me oysters and beer, for dinner every day of the year, and I'll be fine.


If the phone doesn't ring, it's me.


It takes just as little time to see the positive side of life as it does the negative side.


One of the inescapable encumbrances of leading an interesting life is that there have to be moments when you almost lose it.


I've always found drugs and alcohol somewhat pedestrian.

It's like, I don't need an external agent to open my mind. I'm here, conscious, alert, present. Why would I alter that?


I ain't no drinking man, but temptation got the best of me.


We're just recycled history machines, cavemen in faded blue jeans.


I was hungry and went out for a bite, ran into a chum with a bottle of rum and we wound up drinking all night.


Any attempts at autobiography before the age of eighty seem pretty self-involved to me. There are a lot of smart middle aged people but not many wise ones.


If I couldn't laugh, I just would go insane.

If we couldn't laugh, we just would go insane. If we weren't all crazy, we would go insane.


It's a fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning.