William Clark Green Quotes.
Songwriting is one thing that I have blessed to myself. It’s a very personal thing for me, the business is very shared and you’re constantly around people. So it just kinda happens when it happens and I write when I want to write and that’s the way it’s going to be or else I wouldn’t even be doing this.
My dad went to medical school, and when he studied he listened to music so he has a ridiculous CD collection. That was always something we had growing up from him; there was always good music playing at the house.
Every year it’s one more step closer, and then at the end you get to the top and you fall back down. It’s crazy.
I wasn’t one of those kids that was like I’m going to be a country music singer or I’m going to be the next Pat Green and stuff. Hell, I didn’t even think it was possible. I wrote to write. It wasn’t even a thought in my head that I could do it professionally.
I am a firm believer in playing the type of music that compliments the song the best. If it’s a folk song make it sound like one. If it’s a rock song make it sound like one, if it’s a rap song take it off the record.
8th grade I started writing my own songs. They weren’t good songs or anything, but it was always the song writing aspect of things that was important to me, I always just wanted to create a song it seemed like.
Songs come when they wanna come and I’ll work at it when I feel like working at it. There are some songwriters that write every day, and I’m definitely not one of those guys. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. It’s just kind of what I do.