Jeff Buckley - Quotes

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Maybe I'm too young to keep good love from going wrong, but tonight you're on my mind, so you never know.

Maybe I'm too young to keep good love from going wrong, but tonight you're on my mind, so you never know.

I resent the fact that a parental warning sticker has to be included on an album as cover art. To me that's censorship. ---->>>

The most audacious thing I could possibly state in this day and age is that life is worth living. It's worth being bashed against. It's worth getting scarred by. It's worth pouring yourself over every one of its coals.

The most audacious thing I could possibly state in this day and age is that life is worth living. It's worth being bashed against. It's worth getting scarred by. It's worth pouring yourself over every one of its coals.

I want to be ripped apart by music. I want it to be something that feeds and replenishes, or that totally sucks the life out of you. I want to be dashed against the rocks. ---->>>

All flowers in time bend towards the sun, I know you say there's no one for you, But here is one. ---->>>

Words are really beautiful, but they're limited. Words are very male, very structured. But the voice is the netherworld, the darkness, where there's nothing to hang onto. The voice comes from a part of you that just knows and expresses and is. ---->>>

Music was like my first real toy. I was an only child for a while, and I was alone a lot of the time - and I liked it. I still like being alone.

Music was like my first real toy. I was an only child for a while, and I was alone a lot of the time - and I liked it. I still like being alone.

She's a tear that hangs inside my soul forever. ---->>>

I've always felt that the quality of the voice is where the real content of a song lies. Words only suggest an experience, but the voice is that experience.

I've always felt that the quality of the voice is where the real content of a song lies. Words only suggest an experience, but the voice is that experience.

Words are beautiful but restricted. They're very masculine, with a compact frame. But voice is over the dark, the place where there's nothing to hang on: it comes from a part of yourself that simply knows, expresses itself, and is. ---->>>

I'm lying in my bed, blanket is warm, this body will never keep me safe from harm. I still feel your hair, black ribbons of coal. Touch my skin to keep me whole. If only you'd come back to me. To feel you at my side, wouldn't need no Mojo Pin to keep me satisfied. ---->>>

To young to hold on and to old to just break free and run. ---->>>

Kiss me out of desire, but not consolation. ---->>>

I just want to be a guy with a guitar. ---->>>

I sacrificed my anonymity for my father, whereas he sacrificed me for his fame. ---->>>

I don't really need to be remembered. I hope the music's remembered.

I don't really need to be remembered. I hope the music's remembered.

A tune has to resonate with whatever is happening around it. ---->>>

I don't want my reputation to take me over, I just want to be judged on my songs. I want people to come and see me because they want to, not because fashion dictates it. ---->>>

Thinking so hard on her soft eyes and memories of the signs that it's over. It's over. ---->>>

I'm convinced I got signed because of who I am. And it makes me sad.

I'm convinced I got signed because of who I am. And it makes me sad.

I made a statement all my own. ---->>>

The people who raised me musically are my mother, who is a classically trained pianist, and my stepfather. ---->>>

The Smiths hasn't been equaled. That goes for the composition of the songs, the lyrics, and the performance. ---->>>

I've already created my own thing. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 11-17, 1966
Birthplace: in Anaheim, California, The United States
Die: 05-29, 1997
Occupation: Musician

Jeffrey Scott "Jeff" Buckley (November 17, 1966 – May 29, 1997), raised as Scott Moorhead, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. After a decade as a session guitarist in Los Angeles, Buckley amassed a following in the early 1990s by playing cover songs at venues in Manhattan's East Village, such as Sin-é, gradually focusing more on his own material (wikipedia)