Sabrina Carpenter Quotes

  1. Everybody loves a good Christmas song if you do it right.
  2. I’m very lucky; I have a lot of knowledge. My favorite band is The Beatles, so a lot of inspiration for my music comes from them, too.
  3. Confidence is the most beautiful thing you can possess.
  4. I think the song itself, ‘Smoke and Fire,’ is just a metaphor for the feelings that you feel in a relationship.
  5. When I was 6, I opened my mouth and didn’t stop singing. I had a voice and wanted to use it.
  6. I go through my comments sometimes, and I’ll just take snapshots of the terrible ones and send them to my friends. I know it’s horrible, but they actually make me laugh. They make my day.
  7. For musicians, Musikfest is the most cool event.
  8. I approach everyday personal beauty very naturally; I try to make it look like I’m not wearing makeup.
  9. Music is where I started. It’s kind of the base of everything.
  10. I was really scared to stay home alone when I was kid, and I would freak out whenever there was a noise after my parents left.
  11. When I was growing up, we went to Musikfest every year, and I have vivid memories of the corn on the cob. I’m going for the concert, but I’m really going for the corn.
  12. I’m definitely a hair down girl. I’m a fan of the natural, earthy look.
  13. If you’re going to sing on stage, wear lip stain.
  14. My favorite thing before going to school was watching ‘Full House,’ ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch,’ and ‘Boy Meets World.’
  15. I’ve always wanted a ‘Full House’ reunion, so when you see stuff like this comes back, it’s super exciting.
  16. Truly, with a sitcom and the rhythms of comedy… music is so helpful in that area of life.
  17. I have always looked up to Adele and Christina Aguilera as singers ever since I was very young, and now my favorite male singer is Hozier.
  18. It always feels good to put something you’re proud of out in the world.
  19. That’s just a symbol of how you should deal with a breakup. You can cry for a little bit, eat some ice cream, but I think, after that, it’s like, get up, listen to some powerful music and do something that makes you happy, be productive.
  20. I feel like the more I work on different songs and the more I work on my voice constantly… I always feel better after I post a cover. Even if it’s doing the little 15 second covers, I’m working on my craft, and it’s really good for me, and I feel good after I do it.
  21. I’m trying everything. But voice work is the best thing you ever imagined. It’s not about how you look, and you can go to work in your PJs.
  22. I think it’s such a powerful thing: Words and melodies, and you put them together. I couldn’t really picture a world without music. It would be quite boring.
  23. I like to emphasize my eyes because if I do it well enough, then they look very blue.
  24. What you wear onstage is a reflection of your artistry.
  25. Honestly I’m not a huge TV person. The only show that I’ve seen every episode of is ‘Pretty Little Liars.’ It’s my favorite show. I wish I could get into other shows, but I just don’t have time!
  26. I think I started doing covers when I was… what, like 9 or 10? I would always do the songs that I wanted to do and the songs that my parents wanted me to do. You would see me cover every Adele, Christina Aguilera, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood. Then I’d have to do ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ and ‘Crazy Train,’ and it was a really weird combination.
  27. The number one priority in life is to take care of yourself and make sure you’re happy.
  28. As long as I was well fed, I was a very, very nice child. I just used my imagination and played with Barbies. I was pretty easy.
  29. I’m not quite sure how I would do babysitting.
  30. I didn’t realize I was in an awkward phase when I was in an awkward phase. It was when I was between the ages of 9 and 11. I was homeschooled. Everything I wore was pink and sparkly. And I had an obsession with headbands. I felt like I rocked them, though!
  31. Singing is about telling a story. When you are onstage, you get to be your own self… When acting, you’re someone else.
  32. I have so many goals and aspirations that sometimes I lose myself.
  33. My size is a huge part of me. You just have to appreciate those kinds of things. So I wasn’t born with long legs – who cares. You just have to embrace it. Being body positive is really important to your overall happiness.
  34. Being body positive is really important to your overall happiness. It’s hard to see someone with a ‘perfect’ body and be like, ‘Why can’t I be like her?’ But that person was born to be who she is, and you’re born to be who you are.
  35. If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all. And if you do have to say it, make it really funny so I can screenshot it and save it for later.
  36. There are a lot of things that people go through, and maybe they don’t know how to get through it, and maybe you do, and if you have some sort of knowledge or power, share with the world.
  37. I’ve never paid too much attention to what other people have said or to what other people have tried to make me be. I’ve always just tried to be myself, which is such a weird thing to say.
  38. Everyone takes a bad selfie – the first thing is to know that.
  39. If I wasn’t five-foot, I wouldn’t be who I am! My size is a huge part of me.
  40. I loved all of the ‘Zenon’ movies. Those were my jam mostly because of the fashion. I loved something about the space buns and the weird neon colors. I couldn’t just wear that in real life because people would look weirdly at me, but maybe at a party or something.
  41. I live every day, day to day. I will go wherever life takes me. I’m not questioning it.
  42. I can’t speak for boys because I’m not one! But I just imagine they think differently.
  43. The first songs I learned was ‘Crazy’ by Patsy Cline and ‘At Last’ by Etta James. I had been growing up with the Beatles, Pink Floyd, great bands.
  44. We all have stories for a reason, and if we keep them to ourselves, I don’t feel they would help anybody.
  45. There’s so many things that I’ve gone through that I want to share because there’s other teenagers that are going through the same things or will go through the same things.
  46. I listen to music to when I’m feeling a certain way or to make myself feel a certain way. So why not make my own music inspired by true emotions?
  47. Everybody takes at least 20, so even if you see a good selfie, it probably wasn’t the first one. So my tip is to just not take it too seriously and have fun.
  48. My favorite makeup look was for my ‘Eyes Wide Open’ video done by Torsten Witte. It was so dramatic and definitely captured the magic of the video.
  49. It’s hard to see someone with a ‘perfect’ body and be like, ‘Why can’t I be like her?’ But that person was born to be who she is, and you’re born to be who you are.
  50. A bad hair day for me is when it gets flat and greasy.
  51. You need to experience life to be able to write about friendships, relationships, and heartbreak.
  52. Every free day, every weekend, I am in a recording session. I’m very lucky to have such supportive people around me.
  53. I sing a lot, so if I have lipstick, it gets all over the microphone, so I rarely wear lipstick.
  54. I didn’t feel self conscious ’cause my sisters and I all had thick brows, and by the time I got to the age that I could be self conscious about them, they were in style!
  55. When I’m recording my album, I want to be acting, or when I’m on set, I want to be making music. I guess we’ll see how it turns out and which one overpowers the other… but I couldn’t really see my life without them, both of them.
  56. I get inspiration from literally everything and anything. I take inspiration from people, relationships, stories, and I take inspiration from movies I see, books I read and songs I hear.
  57. Every Christmas Eve, the elves will come and give us a new pair of pajamas.
  58. Time will heal everything.
  59. Whenever I’m out and I hear something, I’m writing. It’s the process of writing it down and then just always creating wherever you go. I never stop creating.
  60. I’ve never had to fend for a child’s life, which sounds very terrifying.
  61. Everybody has their own story – it’s who you are. If I wasn’t five-foot, I wouldn’t be who I am!
  62. My first inspiration for acting came from the first episode of ‘Hannah Montana.’ That’s when I knew I wanted to be a singer and an actress.
  63. I might not know who I was yesterday or who I’m going to be tomorrow, but I know who I am right now.

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