≡ Menu

Carrie Underwood Quotes


Carrie Underwood quotes: country singer, songwriter, and actress Carrie Underwood’s best quotes from her writings, songs, and interviews.

“Thank God even crazy dreams come true.”

“I can’t believe this is happening to me.  The weirdest thing is it was just a dream, and now it’s actually real.  It’s hard to believe sometimes.”

“God put us here, on this carnival ride.  We close our eyes never knowing where it’ll take us next.”

“Sometimes that mountain you’ve been climbing is just a grain of sand, and what you’ve been up there searching for forever, is in your hands.  When you figure out love is all that matters after all, it sure makes everything else seem so small.”

“Throw caution to the wind and just do it.”

“If you stick to what you know, you sell yourself short.”

“It’s hard to look at things that are too close.”

“Every day is a new day, and you’ll never be able to find happiness if you don’t move on.”

“I don’t know why terrible things happen to us sometimes.  But I have to believe that something good is going to come of this.”

“Play on, when you’re losing the game.  Play on, cuz you’re going to make mistakes.  It’s always worth the sacrifice, even when you think you’re wrong.”

“Successful people have a social responsibility to make the world a better place and not just take from it.”

“You can do anything you put your mind to.  I believe in all of you.  Never doubt yourself, even if everyone around you is doubting you.  Stand tall.  Prove them all wrong.  Each and every one of you have something amazingly special about you and don’t let anyone tell you any different.  Thank you for being my fans and my friends.  Thank you for giving me a reason to sing.  Thank you for being you.”

“This is my temporary home.  It’s not where I belong, windows and rooms that I’m passing through.  This is just a stop, on the way to where I’m going.  I’m not afraid because I know this is my temporary home.”

“Lord, I feel so small sometimes in this great big old world.  Yeah, I know there are more important things.  But don’t forget to remember me.”

“Oh, I know I could say we’re through and tell myself I’m over you.  But even if I made a vow I promise not to miss you now and try to hide the truth.  Inside I fell cuz I, I just can’t live a lie.”

“Music is my life, my strong point, that’s my love.”

“Singing is just a feeling set to music.”

“To me, getting to do music and videos, you work on a character.  Being on stage is acting; you get to be larger than life and larger than yourself.”

“I love making music and all that, but at the end of the day I don’t think that’s what people are going to remember about a person.”

“I respect country music because I feel like it’s more about the talent and the songwriting and I put on a big show and we have a lot of stuff, but I feel confident in myself enough as an artist and a singer that I can have all of those fun toys and know that we don’t need all the bells and whistles either.”

“I wondered how people would take me being a country music singer.  I thought about deviating from that and singing other things.  But it doesn’t really make sense for me to try to be something that I’m not.”

“My inner rock chick has always been there.  I grew up listening to a lot of rock music through my sisters, who were teenagers while I was young, so they had control of the radio.”

“It wouldn’t be a Carrie Underwood album without a revenge song on it.  People really like when I do that.  I don’t mean to.  I don’t hate men that much.  But it turns out so well!”

“I feel like, when I’m on stage, when I’m writing songs, singing songs, I’m in the studio, I’m shooting videos, I kind of get to become this character, and I can make that whatever I want to make that.”

“I’ve learned this, that haters wanna hate.  You could sing a song perfectly, you could write the songs perfectly, and some people are absolutely going to hate you.”

“I’m grateful for every scar, some pages turned, some bridges burned, but there were lessons learned.”

“I love being able to perform in front of people.  I like potentially making a difference in somebody’s day or somebody’s life.”

“It’s sad, but sometimes moving on with the rest of your life starts with goodbye.”

“I’m Southern.  I like big hair and eyeliner.”

“Maybe it’s the stardust in my head.”

“The more boys I meet the more I love my dog.”

“Nobody’s going to tell me that my dog doesn’t love me.  That’s crazy talk.”

“My cell phone is my best friend.  It’s my lifeline to the outside world.”

“I’m fighting a losing battle here – I’m trying to lose some weight.  I love chocolate; that’s one of my biggest downfalls.  I haven’t gotten a whole lot of chocolate, thank goodness, because I’d probably be about 300 pounds.”

“The older I get, the harder it is to splurge without consequences.  I love food.  Chocolate and cheese and anything that’s bad for me.  I’ll be really good when I’m at home so I can eat what I want to when I’m out with friends.”

“We created CALIA to make it easier for me and all other women to work in, working out.”

“Once you get into a routine of eating healthy, it hurts twice as much when you fall off the wagon.”

“I’m girlie in the sense that I like makeup, but I also love sports and man food.”

“I’m kind of a nervous person in general.  I’m socially awkward.  I’m not tall and sensuous.  I usually wear sweats everywhere I go.  Oh, and I burp a lot.”

“As a married person myself, I don’t know what it’s like to be told I can’t marry somebody I love, and want to marry.  I can’t imagine how that must feel.  I definitely think we should all have the right to love, and love publicly, the people that we want to love.”

“If I can convince others that there is a God and that they need to know Him, then I have done my job.”

“Above all, God wanted us to love others.  We have to love each other and get on with each other.  It’s not up to me to judge anybody.”

“I can do everything I want to do.”

“There’s just something sexy about feeling strong.”

“I don’t want to listen to everybody’s problems all the time.  And I doubt anybody wants to listen to mine.”

“When we love the stars light up, the wrong becomes undone.  Naturally, my soul surrenders.”

“I’ve learned it’s really important to work hard and keep your family and friends close.  You’ve got to let them know how much you appreciate them for sticking by you.”

“You never know what God has in store, and you can make all the plans you want to, but at the end of the day… whatever’s going to happen is going to happen.”

Cory Johnson: your momma’s neighbor’s side chick’s last Uber Eats delivery guy’s third-favorite blogger. Here’s how he makes millions of dollars blogging without being bothered.