Quotes by Liz Phair
- Am I coasting on some early success? Yeah. It was a good lucky break for me. But I would rather earn my way back again than simply conform to what people are expecting.
- Composing gives me a chance to work in multiple dimensions and helps me pare down my melodies into what is essential. Learning new skills has always energized me and scoring has opened up a world of sonic possibilities.
- I blend my green drink every morning. I also fix my son a full-on American breakfast with bacon and toast.
- I don't always trust my own instincts. It would be nice if someone else would tell me what I should do with my life!
- I don't know what the future holds. Anything is possible.
- I mean, I kind of remember... I'm 36 now, so it's kind of hard for me to relate to what it was like when I was 25, or 24, but I do remember a period in time when that's how I defined who I was, by the music I listened to and the movies I went to.
- I mean, I think about it, but I don't design my record to get a certain public response.
- I was trying to break out of the suburbs, and when I did break out, I don't think I took my whole self with me - I think I played a role of being too cool and hip.
- I wear clothes that most people in the Midwest would probably deem inappropriate at my age. And I rock a bikini all summer long. I know that it's not normal, but I just don't care. I live once.
- I'm really happy to be a mom, and I'm proud of the phase I'm in.
- I've lost touch with a lot of that boutique-type music just because of my age, and raising my son and the multiple jobs I have at this point.
- It was a source of shame for my family that I was in rock and roll, which is so blue-collar. It just isn't done. And I felt it, too.
- The other day I was reading a blog and I linked over to Streisand's Web site, and it was amazing politically. She's so insightful and incisive. And she also says whatever she wants.
- Women artists need to break barriers in order for women's experience to be valuable.
- Yeah, I like to be the maker of the art. And I like and want the money. But I don't really dig being famous.
- You have to do what you need to do as an artist. You have to have that courage.