Top 50 Lorrie Morgan Quotes

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My oldest sister was into Diana Ross and the Supremes,

My oldest sister was into Diana Ross and the Supremes, and my brother was into Led Zeppelin, and I listened to all of that, and then I’d be going to the Opry with my dad. So I was exposed to a lot of music. But the older I got, the more I started leaning toward the Opry.
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Country music fans aren’t stupid. I’m not stupid.
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You can’t statistic through your whole life.
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You know, a singer is only as good as the song.
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If I could do acoustic shows for the rest of my life, that’s fine with me. They require the right venues, small theaters or little bars. You can’t take an acoustic show to a big ol’ country music festival. It’s more intimate, like being in my living room.
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A lot of times you idolize somebody from a distance and you get to meet them and you think, ‘Eyuck. I wish I had never met you people.’
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I get to hang with people that I make music with, people that I laugh with, people that I write with, and it’s enjoyable to me.
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I love to perform. It’s all I know.
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Secretaries don’t take their kids to work; why should I?
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When I walk past Little Jimmy Dickens, he’ll say, ‘Hey Morgan!’ Those are the moments you can’t buy, when you’re idols know your name and they mess with you and play jokes on you.
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I think I’m ready for the success I’m having.
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I’ve always had to be a survivor, kind of a loner.
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I tell a lot of jokes. Most of the jokes just happen to come; they’re not planned jokes. I like when people laugh with me and have fun at the shows.
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I think when artists close their ears to any music, when they won’t do anything besides country music or rock music, they get stale.
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You just have to kind of roll with the punches and say, ‘Think what you want to think. I know who I am.’
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I heard ‘Angel’ because my children are huge Sarah McLachlan fans. When I heard it for the first time I just cried my eyes out.
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I would like to start acting, making movies.
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Every time I go to the Opry is a special moment.
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I would like to visit Bora Bora.
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I sing what I want to sing and, if in the middle of the show I feel like doing a Frank Sinatra song, I will, but for the most part my show is a country show.
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I understand what it was to be out there on the road without a tour bus and without fans.
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I love Joe Galante. He gave me the shot in this business that no one else would give me. And I will always love Joe Galante. Always. Regardless of what comes tomorrow, a year from now, ten years from now. He, along with God, allowed me to make a lot of my dreams come true. And I’ll always love Joe Galante for that.
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I’m the biggest hypochondriac you’ve ever seen in your life. When I get real stressed out, every little ache and pain I have is something major. If I’ve got a headache, it’s a brain tumor; if I’ve got a chest pain, it’s a heart attack.
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I just write a little bit on piano. I’m not by any stretch of the means even a good piano player. I just pick out little melodies on the piano and play.
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You never get over losing somebody who was – hell – the love of your life.
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Years ago, when I first fell in love with country music, part of the reason was that it was so much from the heart. It was so simple, lyrically, everything. It was just the simplicity.
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There is just something about a symphony that moves my soul.
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I think when tragedies happen a lot of people go to therapy, psychiatrists, whatever, because they need to have someone to talk to. There’s thousands of people a night that I get to talk to, by way of my music.
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My dad named me that before anybody knew anything about the other Loretta Lynn. She hadn’t even put a record out yet.
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I am a shoe freak.
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I know how everybody criticizes everybody else in this business.
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I've reached an age where I don't want to be on the roa

I’ve reached an age where I don’t want to be on the road all the time.
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Keith treated me like queen. In the three years we were married, he never said one ugly word to me, never raised his voice. We had disagreements and arguments but he was so gentle and caring. As much as I had to take care of him, he took care of me in other ways.
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My dad told me years ago, be sure you record what you love because the minute you record what you hate, that’ll be your hit single and you’ll have to sing it the rest of your life. So thank God I love ‘Something in Red.’
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My dad and mom took us to Canada. I loved it – the cool clean air, the green mountains and the Canadian accents. That trip is one of my favorite childhood memories as a family.
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It seems, in many ways, I am a living, breathing country song, and I know what I sing.
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