Take a deep breath, listen to your favorite song and realize everything is gonna be okay, nothing is permanent.— Camila Cabello
Glamorous Favorite Song quotations
A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.
You're like the lyrics to my favorite song.
You stick with me all day long. And when I reach the end I wanna hear it again.
You listen to your favorite song just until you're almost getting sick of it, and then it's so fun to rediscover it after a couple of months.
Behind every girl's favorite song there is an untold story.
We all love to sing along with our favorite songs.
We sing in the car, in the shower, and at the karaoke bar. The problem is that half the time we don't know what we're singing. We're making up lyrics as we go along and hoping no one will notice.
Lou Reed is something like a personal favorite of mine, but you could always put me into that drawer of singers who can't really sing, who speak their songs.
A song is a favorite song, not because the singer can hit and hold a high note, but because of the words, their meaning.
Every heart sings a song incomplete, until another heart whispers back.
My favorite songs are my favorite songs because they just feel like a certain moment, or a certain photo, just a snapshot for whatever three or four minutes the song is.
My favorite kind of music is the stuff that stops time.
You put something on to sit there and let an experience go through you. To look at yourself clearly through a song. It's true of all art, all mediums, but for some reason music has a direct line straight into people.
When anything good happens to you in your day, give thanks.
It doesn't matter how small it is, say thank you. When you get the perfect parking space, hear your favorite song on the radio, approach a light that turns green, or find an empty seat on the bus or train, say thank you. These are all good things that you are receiving from life.
Find the tribe that knows your song.
'Free Fallin'' is a very good song. Maybe it would be one of my favorites if it hadn't become this huge anthem. But I'm grateful that people like it.
The thing that is most beautiful about Antarctica for me is the light.
It's like no other light on Earth, because the air is so free of impurities. You get drugged by it, like when you listen to one of your favorite songs. The light there is a mood-enhancing substance.
I have two favorite songs. My first is called 'Dance of The Robe' and it's a very powerful number where she is feeling the pressure from her people to take on the responsibility of leading them.
The things that seem insignificant to most people such as note, song, or walk become invaluable trasures kept safe in your heart to cherish forever.
To be honest, I know this probably sounds corny or whatever because I'm a musician, but listening to music really helps me relax and calm down - listening to my favorite songs. Also, laughing and hanging out with my friends.
Remember: It costs nothing to encourage an artist, and the potential benefits are staggering. A pat on the back to an artist now could one day result in your favorite film, or the cartoon you love to get stoned watching, or the song that saves your life. Discourage an artist, you get absolutely nothing in return, ever.
Our lives were just beginning, our favorite moment was right now, our favorite songs were unwritten.
Those who wish to sing... always find a song.
Jon Davis of Korn and Frank Mullen of Suffocation are one of my favorite bands and from that moment, we started a conversation and lead to the song.
If God's got a favorite songwriter, I think it's John Prine.
My favorite song depends on the day, what I’m going through, what I’m feeling.
You don't love someone for their looks, or their clothes, or for their fancy car, but because they sing a song only you can hear.
As I kid, I was always jealous of the music that my favorite bands had written - but not really of how they played. So I'd daydream about having written songs, and this way above being able to perform them.
People often ask if I have a favorite song that I've written.
And the answer is yes, but it depends on the day and what mood I'm in.
You know, I always when people ask me, like, what is my most favorite song, I quote Duke Ellington, when they would ask him, what's his favorite composition? And I say, I haven't written it yet. Because, you know, there are different songs for different occasions.
A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.
My favorite songs change every year.
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.
My favorite album would have to be Rocket To Russia.
I feel this album has the most classic Ramones songs.
I find pieces of you in every song I listen to .
I was a B.I.G. fan. I like all of his stuff. I don't really have a favorite song. They all are good, and each brings different memories to me. And you can still listen to it to this day and it means something.
My favorite thing is coming up with titles.
The majority of the songs I've every written I've always thought of the title before I've written the song.
It's terrifying to play your favorite band's song in front of your favorite band.
We ought, everyday, to hear a song, read a fine poem, and, if possible, to speak a few reasonable words.
Greg Trooper writes great songs, including one of my very favorite songs in the world, Little Sister. On top of all that, there's his voice - an instrument I have coveted for 15 years.
I wanna be the smile you put on your face.
I wanna be your hands when you say your grace. I wanna be whatever is your favorite place, oh I just wanna be close
Senorita was fun to sing, but I don't really have a favorite.
When you write a bunch of songs, they're like your babies. You don't pick favorites.
For every situation, there's a suitable line from a song
I love Mary Chapin Carpenter songs. I love her songs 'Come On, Come On' and 'I Am A Town', they're two of my favorite songs.
Depending on which day, and how I am feeling on that day, I have a different favorite song on the album. One day it might be 'Karma', and other days it is 'Stay For A While'
I once asked Ozzy Osbourne, truly one of my favorite people in the world, if he was cool with singing Black Sabbath songs year after year, whether he was performing with Black Sabbath or out on a solo tour. He said it was great.
I don't really have a favorite song. Music is such a big part of who I am, and speaks to so many different emotions inside me, that I don't have an all-time favorite.
My first favorite band that made music important to me was the Beatles.
I was a little kid. I didn't know who was singing what song or who wrote what song.