My Favorite Quotes
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 Kris Kristofferson - “If you can't get out of something, get into it.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Johnny Cash has always been larger than life.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “You don't paddle against the current, you paddle with it. And if you get good at it, you throw away the oars.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Bette Davis. I imagine that's what she was like when she was young. I think that this girl's going to amaze us for a long time.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “That's the kind of song that usually gets me in trouble in the show.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I don't have the voice of a Ray Charles or a George Jones or any of those artists I loved.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “If God made anything better than women, I think he kept it for himself.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “The world situation being what it is, I have a lot to say, ... And I figure as long as I've got something to talk about, I'll probably keep talking.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “It's only going to get worse,”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Nothing ain't worth nothing but it's free.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Working with Dakota's not exactly like working with a kid. She's a remarkable actor. ... Bette Davis was probably like that when she was a little girl, and I think she'll amaze us for years.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I know that some critics will say it's predictable, and it's a cliche, and it's sappy, but listen - it works. I've been to two screenings where people have been crying and spontaneously applauding. That says something.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “The world is a better place because of you. You thrilled us as a fighter and you inspired us even more as a force for peace and reconciliation, understanding and respect. No one was ever more beautiful or brash or bright or powerful or fast in the ring. It was breathtaking.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Tell the truth. Sing with passion. Work with laughter. Love with heart. 'Cause that's all that matters in the end.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I think he was awed by the realization of a dream, ... I was so awe-struck, myself.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I have a feeling it's kind of like working with a horse that's too big for you to control yourself, too strong,”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I don't write as much as I did back when I was writing songs every day, ... But when current events and world situations get in your brain, that's the way I sort it out.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “Kristofferson, who actually knew a great deal of the legends examined in the documentary, was thrilled to be a part of the project. Jerry sent me a copy of the documentary while I was on tour in Australia and New Zealand, ... I settled in and watched the entire thing, and I was captivated. It brought back a lot of good memories of a lot of good friends like Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Cowboy Jack Clement, Carl Perkins and Charlie Rich. I also learned a few things along the way. The Rockabilly Legends influenced so many of the artists in rock and roll and country who followed, and rockabilly music is a key part of our American musical heritage. I'm happy Jerry Naylor invited me to help preserve the rich rockabilly legacy.”
 Kris Kristofferson - “I've got an audience in the U.S. too, ... Maybe people are becoming aware of some of the things I'm singing about, or that Steve Earle's singing about. Or maybe if you hang around long enough you get good at what you're doing and people appreciate it.”