Bevy Smith quotes

  • New York is like that perfect lover that just won't commit but he's so good that you hang around anyway, NYC is dreamy!
    -- Bevy Smith

    #New York #Nyc #Perfect

  • Money always changes the game, when you let a dollar come between you and your friends, your cohorts. You get a little money, and all of a sudden you get confused about who you are and how you fit into that.
    -- Bevy Smith

    #Confused #Games #Dollars

  • Tupac gave us validity. Tupac made the kid getting beat up every day realize that it was okay to be smart. Tupac made the knucklehead realize that it was okay to stay home and read a book. A fool at 40, a fool forever.
    -- Bevy Smith

    #Smart #Book #Home

  • Ernest Hemingway was always uneasy in New York and liked being there less than in any other city he frequented.

  • I'm from New York. I have a non, neutral accent. It can go any way you want.

  • I knew I was destined to be a rock star. I just knew it, like I've always had the power of foresight. I feel right now exactly the way I felt after I finished mixing my first solo album 'New York Groove'.

  • New York, thy name is irreverence and hyperbole. And grandeur.

  • This is a comment on fear. Today it's like 'They're going to bomb the New York subway and there's the avian flu and 50 million of us are going to die.' We wanted to make fun of that fear-based culture we've been plunged into. And Halloweens the perfect metaphor for fear.

  • My first job in NYC was playing a gig in the early nineties at CBGBs.

  • I love the voice - it’s the most perfect instrument ever heard. It’s God given.

  • You don’t have to be part of a club to know Jesus. And you don’t have to be part of a scene to know Jesus. And you don’t have to be perfect to know Jesus. You don’t even have to be semi-perfect to know Jesus. You just have to be willing, and open, and honest.

  • I just graduated from high school, and I was working at Blockbuster. Not only did I get into movies while I was there, but I was putting away boxes and looking at the kids on the covers. It felt like windows into these seemingly perfect lives.

  • So perfect — I’m right where I need to be!