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Taylor Swift quotes: inspiration from singer-songwriter and global superstar, Taylor Swift.

“Just be yourself, there is no one better.”

“Silence speaks so much louder than screaming tantrums.  Never give anyone an excuse to say that you’re crazy.”

“I think there is a lesson in knowing that you can live your life in a way that you’re proud of and people are still gonna take shots.”

“I’m intimidated by the fear of being average.”

“As soon as I accomplish one goal, I replace it with another one.  I try not to get too far ahead of myself.  I just say to myself, ‘Alright, well, I’d like to headline a tour,’ and then when I get there, we’ll see what my next goal is.”

“Life is a ruthless game unless you play it good and play it right.”

“I’m thankful when I go to bed at night, that I have been myself that day.  And I have been myself all the days before that.”

“You are not the opinion of someone who doesn’t know you.”

“Never believe anyone who tells you that you don’t deserve what you want.”

“Your feelings are so important to write down, to capture, and to remember… because today you’re heartbroken, but tomorrow you’ll be in love again.”

“The cool thing about reading is that when you read a short story or you read something that takes your mind and expands where you thoughts can go, that’s powerful.”

“Life is like walking; you take one step at a time.”

“You’re lucky enough to be different, never change.”

“I’ve found time can heal most anything and you just mind find who you’re supposed to be.”

“I spend a lot of time balancing between faith and disbelief.”

“Just being a human being, I’ve realized that before every big problem you can create for yourself, before every huge mess you have to clean up, there was a crucial moment when you could’ve just said no.”

“My ultimate goal is to end up being happy.  Most of the time.”

“You have people come into your life shockingly and surprisingly.  You have losses that you never thought you’d experience.  You have rejection and you have to learn how to deal with that and how to get up the next day and go on with it.”

“In a relationship, each person should support the other; they should lift each other up.”

“I wish all teenagers could filter through songs instead of turning to drugs and alcohol.”

“The lesson I’ve learned the most often in life is that you’re always going to know more in the future than you know now.”

“Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re weak; sometimes you’re just strong enough to let go.”

“I want to make the most of this cultural relevance or success or whatever you want to call it, because it’s not going to last.”

“Just because there’s a hurricane going on around you doesn’t mean you have to open the window and look at it.”

“There are two ways you can go with pain: you can let it destroy you or you can use it as fuel to drive you.”

“If you’re yelling?  You’re the one who’s lost control of the conversation.”

“It’s human nature to not say everything that’s on your mind at the time you think it.  Because we fear saying something that people will laugh at, people will think is dumb.  We’re afraid of being embarrassed.”

“As supportive as my hometown is, in my high school, there are people who would probably walk up to me and punch me in the face.  There’s a select few that will never like me.  They don’t like what I stand for.  They don’t like somebody who stands for being sober, who stands for anything happy.  They’re going to be negative no matter what.”

“People haven’t always been there for me, but music always has.”

“I never give advice unless someone asks me for it.  One thing I’ve learned, and possibly the only advice I have to give, is to not be that person giving out unsolicited advice based on your own personal experience.”

“I never want to change so much that people can’t recognize me.”

“I’ve always strived to be successful, not famous.”

“I don’t live by all these rigid, weird rules that make me feel all fenced in.  I just live the way that I feel like living… and that makes me feel very free.”

“So don’t you worry your pretty little mind, because people throw rocks at things that shine.”

“Life isn’t how to survive the storm; it’s about how to dance in the rain.”

“Songs are my diaries; they always have been.  You have to put your trust in everyone because putting down those real, personal details and thoughts that make a song authentic also opens you right up.  I am constantly misunderstood; a lot of people just don’t get me.”

“One of my big fears is people saying my songs are all starting to sound the same.”

“I think fearless is having fears but jumping anyway.”

“I’ve always felt music is the only way to give an instantaneous moment the feel of slow motion.  To romanticize it and glorify it and give it a soundtrack and a rhythm.”

“In life, you learn lessons.  And sometimes you learn them the hard way.  Sometimes you learn them too late.”

“A lot of people ask me, ‘How did you have the courage to walk up to record labels when you were 12 or 13 and jump right into the music industry?’  It’s because I knew I could never feel the kind of rejection that I felt in middle school.  Because in the music industry, if they’re gonna say no to you, at least they’re gonna be polite about it.”

“I know my flaws before other people point them out to me.”

“We don’t need to share the same opinions as others, but we need to be respectful.”

“I think the tiniest little thing can change the course of your day, which can change the course of your year, which can change who you are.”

“Anytime someone tells me that I can’t do something, I want to do it more.”

“I’ve never gotten thick skin.  If you close yourself off and you get this protective armor, there is a price you pay with that – of not feeling.  And feeling is important when you are a songwriter.”

“In my opinion, the only way to conquer stage fright is to get up on stage and play.  Every time you play another show, it gets better and better.”

“No matter what happens in life, be good to people.  Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind.”

Done.  But you can’t leave without reading DJ Khaled’s quotes ya know.

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