«She wasn't actually speaking to me, she was singing a kind of lullaby of talk. But, eventually, the music stopped.»

Alice Sebold

«You kind of attribute this magic to music and as you meet the people you realize that they don’t contain the magic. They just channel it a little bit sometimes, but they never possess it. They never own it.»

Kyle Morton

«There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief, that does not find relief in music.»

George Eliot

«Confidence don't mean jack shit in the real world, sis," she once said. I feel myself finding the courage to trust those words more and more with every twist of the knife. Coincidentally, last Tuesday afternoon I was involuntarily exposed to the punch line of an old wise tale that goes something like: "There's beauty that can be found in everything." But why can't the insensitive cunt who said that ever find the courage to look in the mirror? Because poopycock, one might say.»

Dave Matthes

«La música [...] fue una vía de escape. Todo lo demás estaba cambiando o llegaba a su fin, pero la música era un recurso vasto, infinito.»

Sarah Dessen

«Michael [Hutchence] is hands down one of the greatest frontmen in music. The style, the voice—all of it. Any way that I was ever influenced by him really comes down to small, pale imitations compared to the real thing. There is a fearlessness about him. Watching him at Wembley Stadium with 70,000 people, he looks as comfortable as if he were in his own living room.»

Lori Majewski

«We're not into music. We're into chaos.»

Steve Jones

«I’ll probably paint on this piano after I compose, for that will inspire me to make more awesome works.»

Shawn Lukas

«But this didn't»

Terry Pratchett

«I didn’t want to play tonight. There hadn’t been any music in me all week. Just a sadness within.»

Sara Fiorenzo

«A half-dead thing in a stark, dead world, clean mad for the muck called gold;»

Robert Service

«The living take a part of the dead with them, carrying them around in their minds, like a song that lingers after the music has been turned off.»

Fern Schumer Chapman

«Take that rage, put it on a page, take the page to the stage, blow the roof off the place.»

The Script

«I’ve come to the conclusion that people who wear headphones while they walk, are much happier, more confident, and more beautiful individuals than someone making the solitary drudge to work without acknowledging their own interests and power.»

Jason Mraz

«Im looking for a girl who's fun to be around.»

Ross Lynch

«Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.»

E.Y. Harburg

«Songs seem to live in the soul even when everything else leaves»

Ella Frank

«Some songs are never just ordinary songs, they become the memories you collect in your life.»


«So somebody has talent? So what? Dime a dozen. And we're overpopulated. Actually we have more food than we have people and more art. We've gotten to the point of burning food. When will we begin to burn our art?»

John Cage

«Music is poetry in motion.»

P.M. Terrell

«The music of rebellion makes you want to rage»

Porcupine Tree

«You're the mad one,' I said. 'If you could see yourself, hear your own voice, your music - which of course you play for yourself - you wouldn't see darkness, Nicki. You'd see an illumination that is all your own. Sombre, yes, but light and beauty come together in you in a thousand different patterns.»

Anne Rice

«The God of your understanding, has chosen you and you've agreed»


«Endeavour to play easy pieces well and with elegance; that is better than to play difficult pieces badly.»

Robert Schumann

«music explained what inside of me;»

anne idris

«London, London, London town,»


«This is the music business. 'Five years is five hundred years' - your words.»

Jennifer Egan

«We simply can’t feel fulfilled by love we pay for.»

Delano Johnson

«So I would choose to be with you,»

Billy Joel

«Liberace was certainly master and commander of the ivories ~ he is the only pianist I can watch or listen to without suffering a case of 'Stagefright Sympathy Sickness'.»

E.A. Bucchianeri