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I started singing in church and I was probably around seven and I started singing anywhere that I could. I used to sing at my school. I was in musicals and then it kind of got to a point where I started to - wanted to do my own songs.
In my ballets, woman is first. Men are consorts. God made men to sing the praises of women. They are not equal to men: They are better.
Getting older, you just don't want to sing fluffy.
I have been called the human jukebox, yes. But karaoke is not meant for people who can sing!
You can say things a million times, but if you can't sing it, then it really isn't much of a song.
I always said that I wouldn't use a teleprompter, and if I start to sing real flat, I'll hang it up.
I close my eyes when I sing so I can feel the song better.
Dope never helped anybody sing better or play music better or do anything better. All dope can do for you is kill you - and kill you the long, slow, hard way.
If I've got a talent, it's for picking the right song at the right time for the right audience. And I can always get people to sing with me.
I love to sing, but it's just not fun anymore.
I never sing in the shower either.
I may be learning guitar, but I'll never be able to sing.
I'm definitely not the type to have a sing-off. I'm not catty like that. I sing for the right reasons.
When I get on stage, my first goal is not to show my expertise, but on the contrary, to give a bit of happiness, of joy, of cheerfulness. I am firmly convinced that in order to sing well, you must love your neighbor and be passionate about life.
I feel a part of the congregation. I've never had to do special music. The kids sing in the choir. It's just normal. We're treated like everybody else.
Artists need some kind of stimulating experience a lot of times, which crystallizes when you sing about it or paint it or sculpt it. You literally mold the experience the way you want. It's therapy.
But when the 'Glee' audition came around, my manager literally had to talk me into it. I was petrified to sing in front of anyone.
The worst moment was when I was performing and I was about to sing, but I choked. I had a tickle in my throat and I started coughing, and I couldn't get the words out. It lasted for like thirty seconds, but I got over it, and luckily the crowd didn't seem to care.
My nose was part of my heritage, and if I had talent to sing and to act, why wasn't that enough?
When I was maybe 5 or 6 years old, the neighborhood girls would sit on the stoop and sing. I was known as the kid who had a good voice and no father.
I don't really have time to sit down and write. But when I think of a melody, I call up my answering machine and sing it, so I won't forget it.
I've always known that I was born to sing, ever since I was a child.
My first album was me finding myself and my voice, finding how I sing. I was rolling with the punches because everything was new to me.
I love a long bath. I love anything creative. I love decorating. I even love just flipping through magazines and vegging out for a while. But I'm also one of those people who loves to work, so I'll sing, dance, work on my next performance, or write whomever it may be about a new idea.
To sing a song is like whispering to a child's ear. It is an art heavily relying on improvisation.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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