A heart that hurts is a heart that works.
I don't really care about money. I find money boring and accounting boring, so I'm probably not going to ever make a lot of money.
Baseball is more than a game. It's like life played out on a field.
As long as there are religions, there are going to be people who are hiding their rottenness behind the veil of religion.
I have many moods, and there is no objective reality. And I kind of live by that.
I make music and I can't stop. It's a compulsion and an obsession and a curse.
My songs are about not knowing who to be and not knowing how to act.
Keanu Reeves is, like, the worst actor I've ever seen. I can't believe he's a movie star.
My music - that's the one area I won't let myself be pushed around. But in other parts of my life, I'm a confused mess.
If life is a performance, and I am not an actor, am I supposed to lie down and die?
I'm pretty good with languages. I know a bit of French and actually want to live in France some day so that I can get fluent. I think it'd be tragic to go through life only knowing one language.
I was just dying to get out of my twenties.
I want to paint. That is probably going to sound so pretentious coming from someone who's been a musician.
I still have all the faith and love for my music and yet I'm still playing places for kids.
People in L.A. don't have to brace themselves against the cold; they slack off permanently, and their brains turn to mush.
I am not dead inside. I still care about right and wrong.
I listen to NPR and baseball games when I'm in my car. I mean, exclusively NPR and baseball games, and that's it, as far as the radio.
Everything's been a struggle for me.
Puerto Rico has a stray dog problem. Tens of thousands of homeless canines - hundreds of thousands, by some estimates - live and die on the streets and beaches all over this Caribbean island of almost four million people.
I get a little sick of myself as a solo artist. I get a little bit bored.
Doing interviews can sometimes mess up my head. It makes me feel dirty. It's frustrating how the press recycles a quote to death.
I think the reason I've been able to keep making music is because I'm not married, I don't have kids.
I finished 'Beautiful Creature,' and I felt somewhat unfulfilled. I felt like this other side of me needed to be released. Some of the songs I left off the album weren't intense enough to be what I wanted. They weren't hard enough.
I could make a whole album with no one else involved at all. It would be a total, unadulterated expression of myself. Because whenever you have others playing on a project, their influence becomes a part of it.
I'm not a very good advice-giver.
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