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Luke Bryan Quotes

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Luke Bryan quotes: catchy content from the country singer.

“Just really, really believe in what you’re trying to do.  Don’t let people alter that.  Let people advise you and lead you down paths to make smart business decisions.  But trust your instinct and trust that overwhelming drive that made you put all your dreams and everything on the line.”

“Life’s up and down from the time you get here to the time you leave.”

“Just keeping your chin up, understanding God has a plan for you, and keep plowing on, you know.  That’s the thing about life, it has its ups and downs, and things sometimes catch you off guard more times than not.  We have to just keep plugging along, and keep a positive outlook.  It’s important to enjoy all the great things about life.”

“Keep going and you try to be as positive as you can, and you try to appreciate every day.  You’ll never get back to 100%.  You’ll always be working to get back to 75%.”

“From my dad I learned to be good to people, to always be honest and straightforward.  I learned hard work and perseverance.”

“I think the defining moment in my career is the day that I moved to Nashville – September 1, 2001.  That’s the biggest step to getting here is making that move.  Anything that happens, the wonderful opportunities that happen to you, can’t happen until you make that move.”

“Just stay positive through this, maybe you’ll be a positive inspiration for people that had things happen to ’em, you just have to plow on and play the hand that’s dealt.”

“We have challenges every day and you learn and learn.  You try to get through it every day.  Help people at the end of the day.  If they can understand they’re not alone in challenges, and if I can smile through it, maybe they can.”

“Even with all the negativeness of the whole social media thing, I still think it’s leaps and bounds more positive.”

“You always have to work to become a better singer, songwriter and performer.”

“Early in my songwriting career, when I was learning a lot about writing songs, I’d force myself to sit down until I came up with something.”

“Nothing is more rewarding than to take a song, create it out of thin air and then watch it affect people.”

“A big part of country music is a way of life, at least from my standpoint.  That’s how I craft my music from my own life experiences.”

“I will always really work hard to write as much as I can.”

“Anytime I sing the anthem, it is an honor and my heart beats out of my chest.”

“When you look into the eyes of your people out there that came to see you, that’s when it’s like, ‘Yep, this is what it’s all about.’  This is why we don’t sleep, and this is why we write songs and try to be the best.  This moment right here onstage.”

“My main thing is I’m gonna go out there every night and give it all I got and just try to put on the best show I can.  That’s just the way I’m programmed and wired.”

“That’s the beauty of country music – you have to get out there and earn it and work hard.  And when you’re on the road with big name acts, you realize there’s no easy way to the ‘Promised Land’ in this business.”

“It’s kind of like a college degree… when you get one, no one can take it from you.  When you get to say for the rest of your life that you’ve got a platinum album, that really means something.”

“It’s pretty cool to see how far music can take you.”

“My path is exactly where I want it to be.  I’m doing my thing.  I’m getting better with every album.”

“A lot of people don’t have near the amount of success as I’ve been blessed to have, and it’s all about working hard and hoping that continues.”

“I’ve been so blessed to have my career gradually get bigger and bigger, so I’ve been able to absorb stuff and take stuff gradually.”

“Growing up in Georgia, my dad was a farmer and we worked in agriculture, so we were always looking up at the sky, checking if rain was in the forecast.  That always set the tone for the mood in my household, whether we had rain coming in or not – we knew the crops would be good and it was going to be a good week around the Bryan household.”

“Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey.”

“I used to work at my dad’s peanut mill, and worked 15 hours a day, six days a week.  So, now, riding around on a nice tour bus and doing shows, you’d have to get picky to have a downside.”

“I grew up in a family where everybody had a good time and we were at the lake every weekend and going to the beach and living a good life.  It’s been the way we always lived, and my wife’s the same way – enjoy every day and have fun.”

“At the end of my life, when I’m old, I want to have all these shelves full of books.  So I’m just gonna do the book thing.”

“My dad is very successful in his business.  He’s always been big in having hobbies and having little ways to get away.  He always made time for hunting and fishing.  He always encouraged me to do it.  Probably fishing is my first passion.”

“Me and my family have gotten together and celebrated and cried over winning Entertainer of the Year [at the 2017 CMA Awards].  It certainly makes it special when we’re all together and we know that people are smiling down, and they’re with us, celebrating these amazing moments.  Music has certainly helped us through this old, crazy ride of life.”

“Every day I wake up and I lay in bed counting my blessings and saying my prayers for how fortunate I am to have great fans and health and family.”

“I refuse to be one of those artists who, 10 years from now, they’re bitter about the rise and the fall of their career.  I understand that somewhere there’s a peak and a crest for me, and I’m going to enjoy all levels.  I’m going to enjoy this ride that I’m on, and when it slows down, that’s when it will be time for another phase of my life.”

“I’ve always enjoyed things going at a nice pace, nothing too fast, nothing too crazy.”

“I think I’ve taken it as far as I can personally, as far as mental goals.  My thing is to constantly push to do better and smarter and give the fans what they want.  And then nurture and lead by example.”

“I’m still holding on to the ride.  I’m still going out there and capturing every opportunity.  I don’t turn down many opportunities because I’m all up in the middle of this.  This is what I asked for.  This is what I dreamed of.  I wanted all of this, so let’s keep on going and getting it.  I can’t imagine my life without going and hitting the stage.”

“My focus is trying to make great music and putting on great shows, and whatever happens beyond that is a bonus to me.”

“I’m a really, really optimistic and really, really positive person.  My main thing is, ‘Enjoy life.  Celebrate life.'”

“At the end of the day your legacy will be who you were.”

“I am just what I am, I’m just what you see.  So I’ll make it easy, I’ll stay me.”

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