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Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Elvis Costello
#1. My first lyric departed directly from Mingus's title "This Subdues My Passion." If you didn't think the song was already half written after that title, then you had no business dallying with the tune in the first place. I wrote about the way that music tempers the violence within a man. This subdues my passion And it may control my rage It may stem the poison that spills out onto the page #Quote by Elvis Costello
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by John Drinkwater
#2. A lyric, it is true, is the expression of personal emotion, but then so is all poetry, and to suppose that there are several kinds of poetry, differing from each other in essence, is to be deceived by wholly artificial divisions which have no real being. #Quote by John Drinkwater
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Dorothea Benton Frank
#3. up mimosas and croissants at Billy's. No, no. In the Lowcountry it's got gravy on it - the #Quote by Dorothea Benton Frank
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Dorothea Benton Frank
#4. The first indication of menopause is a broken thermostat. It's either that or your weight. In any case, if you don't do something, you could be dead by August.
God, middle age is an unending insult. #Quote by Dorothea Benton Frank
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by David Cantor
#5. love is but an echo in her head #Quote by David Cantor
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Alex Gaskarth
#6. It's funny how the littlest things can make you feel larger than life; the right lyric, the most heartfelt melody, the clearest message. Love. #Quote by Alex Gaskarth
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Neha Yazmin
#7. JAMIE'S SONG 'She':

There's something about her eyes.
I don't know what I see.
She wears a cloak of lies.
I don't know what I mean.
She hides behind those eyes.
Will she let me in?

I could feel the barrier between,
Her and the world and sea.

She is not what she may seem..... #Quote by Neha Yazmin
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Jim Benton
#8. The Destructive Arts are exactly like Martial Arts, except they don't have uniforms or usefulness and the end result doesn't resemble art in any way. #Quote by Jim Benton
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Dorothea Benton Frank
#9. Maybe it was what I needed too. For all those years I told myself #Quote by Dorothea Benton Frank
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Ren Benton
#10. Rural cops spent much of their time interacting with rural folk who felt a strong attachment to their guns. Rural cops consequently possessed a reasonable distrust #Quote by Ren Benton
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Leonard Bernstein
#11. Mozart combines serenity, melancholy, and tragic intensity into one great lyric improvisation. Over it all hovers the greater spirit that is Mozart's - the spirit of compassion, of universal love, even of suffering - a spirit that knows no age, that belongs to all ages. #Quote by Leonard Bernstein
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Alfred De Musset
#12. A happy memory is perhaps on this earth truer than happiness itself. #Quote by Alfred De Musset
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Stephen Sondheim
#13. Music straightjackets a poem and prevents it from breathing on its own, whereas it liberates a lyric. Poetry doesn't need music; lyrics do. #Quote by Stephen Sondheim
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Etgar Keret
#14. When I say a spoken Hebrew sentence, half of it is like the King James Bible and half of it is a hip-hop lyric. It has a roller-coaster effect. #Quote by Etgar Keret
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Anton Szandor LaVey
#15. The difference between Marilyn's and Jayne's approach to intellectual pursuits is that Marilyn carried big heavy books around and hung out with brainy people to absorb their intellect, while Jayne really had a thirst for knowledge. Jayne was very proud of the fact that if she like something enough she would commit it to memory. At that time, The Satanic Bible was still in monograph form, and Jayne had pored over those pages until she knew most of it by heart...Marilyn gave me a copy of Stendhal's On Love, and I still have a copy of Walter Benton's This is My Beloved, which we bought together on Sunset Boulevard. Marilyn turned me on to it - wanted me to read it and write something in it for her. I got as far as writing her name in it, but I ended up with the book. It meant a lot to me during a particularly dark period in my life after I left L.A. Jayne kept insisting I read The Story of O and I, Jan Cremer. She gave me a dog-eared copy of each. It seems a distinctly feminine trait to want to share books with people they care deeply about. #Quote by Anton Szandor LaVey
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Rachel Tucker
#16. My mum was no pushy parent. She would drop me off for auditions when I was in my teens at the Lyric Theatre, then give me my bus fare and say she would see me later at home. She wasn't hanging around in the wings geeing me on. I had to do it on my own; it was up to me. #Quote by Rachel Tucker
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Christopher E. Young
#17. I achieved something I'd never achieved before in writing a lyric about myself which had no answer. It had a question about religion. I've got this thing with religions in general. I'm interested in people's philosophies and why they cling to them. Do they need something to rely upon because they are not strong enough in their own life, or are they clinging to them because there's a real value that I miss? At the time, I was becoming more obsessed about Christian religion, and Forbidden Colours was the first time I achieved that kind of writing, putting something into the lyrics that was just an expression of what I was going through, that had no ending. It was very honest, and that's what made me decide to carry on writing. I couldn't go back. I was just incapable of getting out so I just wrote directly about myself. #Quote by Christopher E. Young
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Amy Ray
#18. I sit down and draw from my lyric book. I sit down and start looking through it and see if there is anything that strikes me that I've written. #Quote by Amy Ray
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by J. Tillman
#19. You know, there's an economy in lyric-writing that doesn't afford you, or at least me - I usually start off with nine or 10 verses and then boil it down to two or three that are half the length of the original verses. #Quote by J. Tillman
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Train
#20. I'm no good at goodbyes

-50 Ways To Say Goodbye #Quote by Train
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Dorothea Benton Frank
#21. Turning out as I expected it would. #Quote by Dorothea Benton Frank
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Sam Hunt
#22. I'm conflicted about the lyric tattoo thing. I feel like that's a lifetime decision, and I always feel like, 'I hope you don't regret this a couple years from now when you get tired of that song.' #Quote by Sam Hunt
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Carolyn Forche
#23. Blood Dazzler is Patricia Smith's impassioned lyric chronicle of a beloved city in peril, a city whose people were left to die before us all, a people who were the heart of our country and lifeblood of our culture. After rising water, winds and abandonment, after our failure and neglect, comes this symphony of utterance from the ruins: many-voiced, poignant, sorrowful and fierce. This is poetry taking the full measure of its task. #Quote by Carolyn Forche
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by John Updike
#24. Fenway Park, in Boston, is a lyric little bandbox of a ballpark. Everything is painted green and seems in curiously sharp focus, like the inside of an old-fashioned peeping-type Easter egg. #Quote by John Updike
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by R.K. Ryals
#25. There's guilt, and then there's a lifetime of fear and regrets. Guilt hurts. Fear makes us too cautious. Regret tears us apart. Sometimes, being broken can be beautiful. If we can't see the beauty in the pain, then we truly do go insane. ~Lyric Mason #Quote by R.K. Ryals
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Tove Lo
#26. Sometimes it starts with a random lyric idea that sets the tone for the whole song. Chords and sounds build from the lyric and rhythm, kind of. Sometimes it's a track I fall I love with ... but writing my own songs, I rarely write on tracks. #Quote by Tove Lo
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Elvis Costello
#27. But it's easier to say 'I love you',
than 'Yours, sincerely' I suppose. #Quote by Elvis Costello
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Thom Yorke
#28. I'm achingly aware of my own limitations as both part of the human race and as an individual. I'm just, casting this out that, maybe, I'm not so perfect as is the affront I oft put on. After all, the lyric is 'I wish I was special'. I truly just want to be loved and accepted, I think, like all humans. #Quote by Thom Yorke
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Jim Benton
#29. Love makes the world go 'round but I'm pretty sure money has to do with it, too. #Quote by Jim Benton
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by D.A. Benton
#30. Keep going until something stops you, then keep going. #Quote by D.A. Benton
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Seamus Heaney
#31. I suppose I'm saying that defiance is actually part of the lyric job #Quote by Seamus Heaney
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Marjorie Benton Cooke
#32. There's nothing so unreliable as figures, and everybody but a mathematician knows that. Figures lie right to your face. #Quote by Marjorie Benton Cooke
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Melora Hardin
#33. I have a tape recorder, and I just sing into it. I like to write that way. Sometimes I'll just get melodic ideas, and then I'll go home and sit down and add the lyrics. Or sometimes I'll get a lyric idea that I love. Usually it's pretty combined. Usually I get some kind of a lyrical concept and a melody and work with that. #Quote by Melora Hardin
Jarren Benton Lyric quotes by Paul Klee
#34. My self ... is a dramatic ensemble. Here a prophetic ancestor makes his appearance. Here a brutal hero shouts. Here an alcoholic bon vivant argues with a learned professor. Here a lyric muse, chronically love-struck, raises her eyes to heaven. Her papa steps forward, uttering pedantic protests. Here the indulgent uncle intercedes. Here the aunt babbles gossip. Here the maid giggles lasciviously. And I look upon it all with amazement, the sharpened pen in my left hand. #Quote by Paul Klee

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