Ballad Song Famous Quotes & Sayings

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24 Ballad Song Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ballad Song Sayings By Michael Jackson: To me, ballads are special, because you can have a pop song that'll be know To me, ballads are special, because you can have a pop song that'll be know for three weeks and then you'll hear nothing else about it. Nobody else will record it and it'll just be gone. But if you do a good ballad, it'll be in the world forever. — Michael Jackson
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Ballad Song Sayings By Rita Coolidge: I was kind of known as a ballad singer. People would send ballads. Some of I was kind of known as a ballad singer. People would send ballads. Some of them would go over my shoulder and float off the top of my head, and I just didn't feel anything. Then I would hear a song that would absolutely shake me. — Rita Coolidge
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Ballad Song Sayings By Laurel A. Rockefeller: He was a strong and noble lord with piercing eyes of grey. He sat upon He was a strong and noble lord with piercing eyes of grey.
He sat upon his noble throne shining like the dawn.
His sword flashed like the brightest star.
He led our people well.
Yet here and now he lays in blood pierced with arrows.
He was the friend of many knights.
He loved the warrior games.
His heart was won by a lady fair for marriage they did wait.
A kindly prince, his duty carried him to another's bed.
And on her death true love returned, finally they wed.
He felt the grief of children lost to murder and to pain.
I was the youngest of his blood.
I'll never be the same.
Here lays my father and my lord.
I know not what to say.
Except my father and my lord was slain here on this day.
Here lays my father and my lord.
I know not what to say.
Except my father and my lord was slain here on this day ... . — Laurel A. Rockefeller
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Ballad Song Sayings By Rosanne Cash: My dad [Johnny Cash] went to the [Richard] Nixon White House and refused to sing My dad [Johnny Cash] went to the [Richard] Nixon White House and refused to sing "Welfare Cadillac" (instead performing the anti-war songs "The Ballad of Ira Hayes" and "Man in Black"). He protested the Vietnam War, but he went to perform for the troops with bombs dropping all around him. He had that kind of genius: a true artist's capacity for holding two opposing thoughts at once while being large enough to encompass all realities. — Rosanne Cash
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Ballad Song Sayings By Shirley Horn: Too many musicians rush through everything with too many notes. I need time to take Too many musicians rush through everything with too many notes. I need time to take the picture. A ballad should be a ballad. It's important to understand what the song is saying, and learn how to tell the story. It takes time. I can't rush it. I really can't rush it. — Shirley Horn
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Ballad Song Sayings By Gloria Estefan: Well first of all, I'm a singer. I sing since I talk. So the great Well first of all, I'm a singer. I sing since I talk. So the great ballad singers, the people that sang with so much feeling, jazz, blues, all those singers, they were songs that I listened to, records that my mom played for me, and then later I bought. — Gloria Estefan
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Ballad Song Sayings By Shane Filan: You know One Direction do a lot of up tempo songs, but when they did You know One Direction do a lot of up tempo songs, but when they did that Ed Sheeran song 'Little Things,' that was probably their biggest song off their last album, so it shows you that a ballad never goes out of fashion. — Shane Filan
Ballad Song Sayings By Dick Taylor: I like "God Give Me the Strength" very much. It's not really a blues and I like "God Give Me the Strength" very much. It's not really a blues and to call it a ballad is absurd. I don't know, its mid-tempo. Mark (St. John) actually wrote it and I think its very telling of our lives in the 60s. Its just a good song, ya know ... — Dick Taylor
Ballad Song Sayings By Feist: I'd hear some beautiful Sade or Kings Of Convenience ballad remixed in a club, and I'd hear some beautiful Sade or Kings Of Convenience ballad remixed in a club, and I liked that these simple little songs seemed to be masquerading. They had put on superhero costumes, got all beefy, and here they were on the dance floor. I was interested in that. I can't make electronic beats, so I leave it to the pros like Boys Noize and Chromeo. — Feist
Ballad Song Sayings By Bat For Lashes: I have been listening a lot to The Carpenters and Neil Diamond, Elton John, and I have been listening a lot to The Carpenters and Neil Diamond, Elton John, and thinking, like, 'God, it'd be great to write a sort of subversive, alternative ballad,' like Lou Reed does so well with 'Perfect Day.' And I really loved 'Video Games' - at the time, it hadn't really got as big, but it's a classic song; you can't deny it. — Bat For Lashes
Ballad Song Sayings By John Green: I laughed and pointed out that "Hash Browns Mean Nothing Without You" was a pretty I laughed and pointed out that "Hash Browns Mean Nothing Without You" was a pretty good name for a band.
"Or a song," the Duke said, and then she started singing all glam rock, a glove up to her face holding an imaginary mic as she rocked out an a cappella power ballad. "Oh, I deep fried for you / But now I weep 'n' cry for you / Oh, babe, this meal was made for two / And these hash browns mean nothing, oh these hash browns mean nothing, yeah these HASH BROWNS MEAN NOTHIN' without you. — John Green
Ballad Song Sayings By Charice Pempengco: I sang my song called "In This Song." David Foster wrote the song for me. I sang my song called "In This Song." David Foster wrote the song for me. I thought that I should sing a ballad song. — Charice Pempengco
Ballad Song Sayings By Deborah Cox: When I first heard that song, it was a ballad but it had a lot When I first heard that song, it was a ballad but it had a lot more. It felt like a gospel song when I first heard it and it just moved me. — Deborah Cox
Ballad Song Sayings By Mick Jagger: I'm interested in feedback and learning what people want. It's a tricky thing for me I'm interested in feedback and learning what people want. It's a tricky thing for me when I do a set list. You get bored doing the same songs. Let's say we do one ballad in two hours, and it's "Wild Horses." If you say, I'm tired of that, let's try something less well known, and then you're out there stumbling through this song you just relearned at sound check, and you realize people probably want "Wild Horses" instead of this (laughs). You do need to do some songs that aren't so well known. The question is how many? I'm open to people posting their requests. — Mick Jagger
Ballad Song Sayings By Meg Cabot: Worse, in the video for it (which is also played everywhere constantly), Boris is singing Worse, in the video for it (which is also played everywhere constantly), Boris is singing to a girl who is dying in a hospital bed, and Boris is telling her (lyrically) that he'll give her a million stars (plus his love) if she'll find the strength within herself to not die, and love him forever.
Of course the girl is so moved by this hot rocker dude's amazing song that she doesn't die. Because it is a medical fact that people with fatal diseases only need a hot rocker dude to sit on the edge of their hospital bed and sing them a rock ballad in order to give them the strength to go on living. — Meg Cabot
Ballad Song Sayings By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: I have a passion for ballad ... They are the gypsy children of song, born I have a passion for ballad ... They are the gypsy children of song, born under green hedgerows in the leafy lanes and bypaths of literature,
in the genial Summertime. — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Ballad Song Sayings By Ashley Tisdale: I wrote a song with Kara DioGuardi called 'What If,' and it's a really beautiful I wrote a song with Kara DioGuardi called 'What If,' and it's a really beautiful song. It's kind of like a rock ballad. There's a lot of guitars and drums in it. — Ashley Tisdale
Ballad Song Sayings By Pete Seeger: There's a story behind every old ballad or work song or nonsense song that I There's a story behind every old ballad or work song or nonsense song that I ever knew. Sometimes it's a fascinating story. A story of people struggling for freedom, struggling to get along in this old world. — Pete Seeger
Ballad Song Sayings By Stacey D'Erasmo: 'The Girls,' by Lori Lansens, is a ballad, a melancholy song of two very strange, 'The Girls,' by Lori Lansens, is a ballad, a melancholy song of two very strange, enchanted girls who live out their peculiar, ordinary lives in a rural corner of Canada. — Stacey D'Erasmo
Ballad Song Sayings By Sophie Tucker: I would start off with a lively rag, then would come a ballad, followed by I would start off with a lively rag, then would come a ballad, followed by a comedy song and a novelty number, and finally, the hot song. In this way, I left the stage with the audience laughing their heads off. — Sophie Tucker
Ballad Song Sayings By David Pilling: Well, bugger me," cried Jonas when he saw Richie with his bow, "is it Robin Well, bugger me," cried Jonas when he saw Richie with his bow, "is it Robin Hood or Adam Bell come to save us? Nay, it's Richie O'the Bow, hero of ballad and song! — David Pilling
Ballad Song Sayings By Mark Steyn: It's an Irish Republican rebel ballad from the 1840s. The reason I know is because It's an Irish Republican rebel ballad from the 1840s. The reason I know is because I was once in a bar in Liverpool and a couple of lads started singing it and a couple others objected and a fight broke out. As a loyal subject of the Crown, I was on the side of the objectors. We eventually prevailed, but, even if we hadn't, 'A Nation Once Again' is a fine song to get your head kicked into, at least when compared to 'Believe' by Cher, which would rank pretty high on the list of numbers I'd least like to be listening to as my eye's gouged out and I fall into a coma, although it would be a merciful release. — Mark Steyn
Ballad Song Sayings By Darrell Drake: She set out for revenge, to run them through, to do what an elf, an She set out for revenge, to run them through, to do what an elf, an elf must do."
The next verse was Merill's to improvise. "Climbed that roost, alighted right there. Made mush of his head for the onlooker bears."
"A two-pronger her prize, a meat most rare. Do-gooders will pay. Do-gooders will fear."
"Ballad of the loneliest ones," lamented Merill.
"The loneliest ones," said Almi. She accepted that title; they were the loneliest. The elf gloomed. — Darrell Drake
Ballad Song Sayings By David Massengill: Besides my fast and slooow songs, I further divide my work into three main song Besides my fast and slooow songs, I further divide my work into three main song types: the ballad or story song, the variation on a theme (saying the same thing over and over and over again) song, and the weird song. It's important to have weird songs, but I find that a little weirdness goes a long way. — David Massengill