Best quotes by Amanda Marshall

Amanda Marshall

Amanda Marshall

Canadian pop-rock singer

Amanda Meta Marshall (born August 29, 1972) is a Canadian pop-rock singer. She has released three studio albums, the first was certified Diamond in Canada, with the latter two certified 3x Platinum and Platinum respectively. She is best known for her 1996 single, "Birmingham", which reached number 3 in Canada and was her only song to reach the US charts.

All quotes by Amanda Marshall:

And in the fearless, reckless pursuit of intimate love, it is not the destination it's the journey.

I've never been happy with anyone, like I am when I'm with you.

I want you to be happy, you're my best friend. But it's so hard to let you go now with all that could have been. I'll always have the memories. She'll always have you. Fate has a way of changing just when you don't want it to. Throw away the chains, let love fly away. Till love comes again, I'll be okay.

My money's riding on this dark horse, baby My heart is sayin' it's the lucky one And its true color's gonna shine through someday If we let this Let this dark horse run

I'm a reasonably articulate individual.

To those people (who criticize me), get off your a** and make a record.

There are a lot of bands and performers whose careers are permanently derailed by spectacularly bad management.

Everybody's got a story that could break your heart.

I get by on wishful thinking that when you come home you'll want to stay.

I close my eyes and it's so real and all at once I know just what I feel - And baby it's the kind of rush that terrifies.

His heart is kind and those big hands are soft. He speaks a language that can change what I believe.

If you're a gardener, or creating a garden you're clearly looking to the future. You have a sense of your own future and a sense of yourself in that space. People coming here feel that hope, that renewal, and that sense of regeneration. They get their hands dirty and connect back to the ground, which is what we feel strongly about - giving everybody the opportunity to get connected to the earth.

You never know how things are going to go. I think you hope that people are going to dig what you do and that you're going to get the chance to do it on a really comfortable level.

Nothing lasts forever but we always try, and I just can't help but wonder why we let it pass us by

I've had some interesting stuff happen to me - so why doesn't anyone ask me?