Kacey Musgraves Quotes

Follow your arrow / Wherever it points.

I’m really proud to be a woman representing country music.

If you wanna find the honey / You can’t be scared of the bees.

Just do something that makes you stand out. Even if not everyone likes it, just do it.

Obviously I’ve always loved singing and performing, but I fell in love with songwriting and then I enjoyed doing that for other people and getting coached. But then I kind of stumbled into the right group of people that really started to create some unique music for me and what I wanted to say, so then it made me want to be an artist.

Anyone singing about trucks, in any form, in any song, anywhere, literally just stop – nobody cares!

Don’t wreck my reputation / Let me wreck my own

Make lots of noise
Kiss lots of boys
Or kiss lots of girls
If that’s something you’re into
When the straight and narrow
Gets a little too straight
Roll up a joint (or don’t)
Just follow your arrow
Wherever it points.

Say what you think / Love who you love.

I burned my own damn finger pokin’ someone else’s fire

A great song will be great forever – it’s timeless and classic in that way.

The more country that my music gets, the less it fits into the country world today. It’s almost like there needs to be two genres, modern country and… country?

Obviously, I dont live and die by it, everything my horoscope says. But I feel like theres definitely something to it.


I think a great song appeals to older and younger people and it makes you think. It’s also honest, and it also doesn’t hurt if it’s fun to sing along to.

Just like dust, we settle in this town.

Different people have different ways of doing things. For me, becoming a songwriter first and falling in love with the Nashville songwriting community and the process of songs and getting better and putting more in what I wanted to say, was absolutely vital in me even wanting to be an artist.

I’d rather be more of the hippie country chick – as in, instead of pointing a finger, just maybe saying, ‘We’re all screw-ups. We’re all in this kind of together. We’re all just figuring this out.’

A lot of times, Im singing things that are observational and am definitely including myself.

Really connecting with someone and maybe opening their mind a little bit, is such a cool thing to be able to do through music.

The idea of massive amounts of fame-having my face on Walgreens end-caps and pizza boxes-I don’t fantasize about that. I’m happy with just being a songwriter. I’d rather have smaller numbers [of fans] that are really into what I’m doing than a massive amount of people that don’t really know what I’m about.

I used to write poems more when I was younger, but I haven’t in a long time. I just write ideas and paragraphs and go from there.

If I’m not writing about myself, then I sit down with people I really dig writing with and throw ’em out and see if something sticks. Their brain plus mine hopefully will make something interesting and cool and it will just snowball and we’ll have a unique song by the end of it.

I would love to go to India. And also someday, I want to have a family. That’s my bucket-list.

Im all about small towns. I think its a great place to grow up.

I know not every song has to be a powerful message.