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Martina McBride Quotes
Martina McBride Quotes
"A big part of who I am is just the way I was raised. Nobody is better than anyone else, and if you really work hard, you might get lucky and get what you want." "I am happy that women can relate to my songs, and hopefully men can too." "I can't be the big star in the family. We have a family, and we are all equal." "I definitely feel a difference about my place in the industry. I feel like I have some longevity now." "I feel like it's important to use this gift God gave me, my life and my career to do something to make the world a better place. It's an easy thing for me to do." "I find that putting my makeup on and playing with different looks is really relaxing for me before the show." "I just love where I am right now in my career. I love country music. I don't ever feel restricted by the genre. I've been able to have a solid career that we've built one step at a time and a family. I know that I'm in a good place." "I really just tried to make a record full of great songs, which is the goal I always have." "I'm just the instrument for the song to do whatever it's supposed to do-heal, inspire or encourage. It's not all about me, it's about the song. I'm just the lucky girl who gets to sing these songs." "It means so much being a part of country music and the Opry." "The real heroes are the ones working at the shelters every day and the women who find the courage to better their lives for themselves and their children. The woman working at the shelter doesn't have the opportunity to get in front of a million people and raise awareness. I'm the one that can do that for her." "What drives me now is the desire to be able to keep doing this. I love making records and performing, and success means I will continue to have the privilege to do that. I know it's not going to last forever, but I'd like to keep having success as long as I can so that I can still be a part of this industry." "What I would like my legacy to be is that of a person who took good care of her family and sang some songs that made a difference in some way. I hope I'll be remembered as somebody who was always down to earth and who handled her career and other people with honesty, integrity and class." "You have to stick to your guns and still know when to be flexible. That's something I've had to learn-which battles to fight."