Don't compromise even if it hurts to be yourself.
I say if you're going to take a chance on something, you just go full balls to the wall.
I know how angry I was when I saw those towers come down, and this is my way of serving my country.
You just try to give them a little piece of the United States, and tell them that we all support them and love them, no matter what they hear.
It's that dark cloud, the glass half empty on everything you do. It just becomes too much for me. So I unplugged myself.
Oh, and I don't want to die for you<br/>but if dyin's asked of me<br/>I'll bear that cross with honor<br/>'cause freedom don't come free
My first gig, I was about 17 or 18. But I'd been singing a long time. I got a guitar when I was 8, and started trying to write songs as a teenager.
You know, I'm pro-troops, but I'm not pro-war.
We turned what is virtually a glorified independent label into one of the powerhouse labels in the town.
Kids on the Youtube, learning how to be cool.
Like go for a walk, say a little prayerTake a deep breath of mountain airPut on my glove and play some catchIt's time that I make time for thatWade the shore and cast a lineLook up a long lost friend of mineSit on the porch and give my girl a kissStart livin', that's the next thing on my list.
I have drawn a very close bond to all the military people.
I've always said I can't tell sometimes that people even have an album out until I see them nominated for a Grammy. I think country gets dumped on across the board by the Grammys.
My mom taught us the Serenity Prayer at a young age.
Everybody should have their own thing, and if he don't want to be a role model, that should be up to him. In the right situations, I can try to help and be a role model, but I'm still gonna speak my mind, and if that affects the role-model deal, then too bad.