Phillip Phillips quotes

  • Settle down, it'll all be clear Don't pay no mind to the demons They fill you with fear The trouble it might drag you down If you get lost, you can always be found Just know you're not alone Cause I'm going to make this place your home
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Home #Mind #Might

  • Just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm gonna make this place your home.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Home #Causes #Not Alone

  • I get scared as crap to perform but I push myself to do it. I don't know what I would be doing without it.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Would Be #Scared #Crap

  • I've just been recording mostly acoustic stuff, drums, and sax, and electric guitar. I'm just still writing songs and what not.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Song #Writing #Guitar

  • I didn't even want to sing, honestly. I started thinking about how long the journey was, how far all of us had come - me and Jessica Sanchez, Hollie Cavanagh and Josh Ledet and everybody. It's insane, man. It's not as easy as you think.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Journey #Men #Thinking

  • I'd rather sell 10,000 records that represent me than 2 million that don't represent me at all.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Records

  • Sometimes when we fall in love there simply is no going back. There's not turning back to the people we once were or simply falling in love with someone else. When we truly fall in love and find the person we're going to spend the rest of our lives with there's no falling in love with someone else. It simply isn't possible. You don't have your heart to give anymore.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Falling In Love #Heart #Romantic Love

  • Hold on to me as we go, as we roll down this unfamiliar road. And although this wave is stringing us along, just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm gonna make this place your home.
    -- Phillip Phillips

    #Travel #Home #Causes

  • First birth is from your parents, but real birth, real life, begins when one accepts a bona fide spiritual master and renders service unto him. Then the path is open for going back to home, back to Godhead, to live eternally in full knowledge and full bliss and in association with the Supreme Personality of Godhead Himself, Lord Krishna.

  • Animals play a big part in my life, on tour or at home.

  • My car's my best friend. My office. My home. My location. I have a very intimate sense when I am in a car with someone next to me. We're in the most comfortable seats because we're not facing each other, but sitting side by side. We don't look at each other, but instead do so only when we want to. We're allowed to look around without appearing rude. We have a big screen in front of us and side views. Silence doesn't seem heavy or difficult. Nobody serves anybody. And many other aspects. One most important thing is that it transports us from one place to another.

  • The approach of death certainly concentrates the mind.

  • The minds of stone lovers had colonised stones as lichens clung to them with golden or grey-green florid stains. The human world of stones is caught in organic metaphors like flies in amber. Words came from flesh and hair and plants. Reniform, mammilated, botryoidal, dendrite, haematite. Carnelian is from carnal, from flesh. Serpentine and lizardite are stone reptiles ; phyllite is leafy-green.

  • Middle age has been defined as what happens when a person's broad mind and narrow waist change places.

  • His faith, perhaps, in some nice tenets might Be wrong; his life, I'm sure, was in the right.

  • Many persons who are not conversant with mathematical studies imagine that because the business of [Babbage’s Analytical Engine] is to give its results in numerical notation, the nature of its processes must consequently be arithmetical and numerical, rather than algebraical and analytical. This is an error. The engine can arrange and combine its numerical quantities exactly as if they were letters or any other general symbols; and in fact it might bring out its results in algebraical notation, were provisions made accordingly.

  • I understood that I might fail, but I wouldn't let it happen because I changed my compass along the way.

  • The past is so often unknowable not because it is befogged now but because it was befogged then, too, back when it was still the present. If we had been there listening, we still might not have been able to determine exactly what Stanton said. All we know for sure is that everyone was weeping, and the room was full.

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