I had a really good childhood up until I was nine years old. Then a classic case of divorce really affected me and I moved back and forth between relatives all the time. And I just became extremely depressed and withdrawn.
I don't understand anything technical about music at all. I don't understand any of it, why you can't put these sounds together with those sounds. I only know what sounds good.
People are coming to shows on the strength of one song. I guess that's the way it goes.
If chasing cool is important to you, you're an idiot!
I write poems for myself and I write poetry that gets torn apart and becomes songs. I have a lot of respect for words, the power of words.
My mother always tried to keep a little bit of British culture in our family. We'd drink tea all the time!
I've always quit jobs without telling the employer that I was quitting; I just wouldn't show up one day.
My father is incapable of showing much affection, or even of carrying on a conversation. I didn't want to have a relationship with him just because he's my blood relative. It would bore me.
I never really knew about my ancestors until this year, when I learned that the name Cobain was Irish. My parents had never bothered to find that stuff out.
I was accepted by cool people because the cheerleaders thought I was cute. The jocks knew the jock-girls thought I was cute. I just chose not to hang around with them.
I always wanted to experience the street life because my teenage life in Aberdeen was so boring. But I was never really independent enough to do it. I applied for food stamps, lived under the bridge, and built a fort at the cedar mill.
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