Words matter. These are the best Tiny Tim Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I don’t want people to think lm hypocritical.
I want to get a hit record, and I know I can be good in horror movies.
I am ready for anything that happens.
I keep recording and recording, but they always stay on the rack and never get out there.
I remember in ’37 when trolley cars were so big in New York. It was five cents for a ride… There used to be open-air buses, and you could go up a spiral staircase and sit up on top. Those were great, great days.
The only thing I pray for is the strength to go out without complaining.
I read in one of the scandal sheets that there are UFO aliens living right now down deep in the Antarctic. I believe those things.
As long as my voice is here, and there is a Holiday Inn waiting for me, then everything’s just swell.
Death is never polite, even when we expect it.
It was not easy to go into a subway in 1955 at eight o’clock in the morning smelling nice and hanging on the rails with white make-up. I could see people nudging each other saying, ‘What is that?’
There are a lot of ups and downs. But there are always people who have it worse.
Better to marry unhappily 100 times than to live happily forever in sin.
I don’t believe in Women’s Liberation. No, no, no, no, no. Not at all.
I was in Australia in 1983 and did a stunt in a lion’s cage.
Don’t bury me with anyone old.
I think they should give me a spot on ‘Dallas’ or ‘Dynasty’ or one of those shows.
I’m the type of person, I cannot waste time.
I always bring my little ukelele along in my shopping bag which my dear, sweet father bought me. After all, you just never know when a song might come along.
I had this image before Boy George, before the Beatles, before the Rolling Stones.
I believe that President Nixon was right in what he did at Watergate. Lack of respect for authority and things like socialism are turning this into a weak, effeminate country.
When a person attacks, it’s rough.
We hear about the Gershwins, the Kerns, and the Berlins, but there were some great little writers like Theodore Morse, Charles K. Harris, and Ernest R. Ball, who wrote ‘Let the Rest of the World Go By.’
We’ve all got setbacks.
I’m a very difficult person to live with.
At the start of the ’50s, I had short hair. And I was getting nowhere.
Remember, it’s better to be a has-been than a never-was.
If the club was empty, I sang to the chairs.
I saw ‘Cynthia’ five times.
One day in 1952, I woke up with a high voice.
They say I spend too much money, so they take it and put it away for me. What do I spend it on? Oh, old records and presents and things.