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Scott Stapp Quotes

A lot of [my] songs have a sexuality to them, a vibe to them. ... I call it sexy rock and roll.
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#Sexuality

Some stuff has hurt me along the way. And I've been self-destructive at times because of that, and I've made some bad choices because of that,
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#Hurt

[Stapp told Billboard in March 2004 that he was working with producer 7 Aurelius, best known for his work with such hip-hop heavyweights as Nelly and Ja Rule.] It's Creed meets Zeppelin meets Doors with 7's (influence), ... So it's going to have some thump in the back and rock over the top of it -- but I'm not going to rap. I'm going to sing.
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#Work

It's Creed meets Zeppelin meets Doors with 7's (influence). So it's going to have some thump in the back and rock over the top of it -- but I'm not going to rap. I'm going to sing.
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#Influence

I'm a huge NASCAR fan, ... I loved performing at the NASCAR awards banquet last year and I can't wait to sing the national anthem in November at the championship race in Homestead. It's a real honor to partner with NASCAR in promoting the cup challenge.
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#Awards

I'm a huge NASCAR fan, ... I loved performing at the NASCAR awards banquet last year and I can't wait to sing the national anthem in November at the championship race in Homestead. It's a real honor to partner with NASCAR in promoting the cup challenge.
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#Awards

This is stolen property. Nobody's quite certain of the order of events.
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#Events

You think it's part of your rock 'n' roll memories. I should have burned that tape.
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#Memories

No charges have been filed by the L.A. district attorney's office, and for that I am appreciative. I have said it before, but we all make mistakes, and the day will come soon enough where you no longer read of mine in the tabloids.
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#American Musician #Office

For all purposes, she is the star of the females in the video.
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#Female

And it took me, since I was 17 and left home, running from God, to now, as a 30-year-old man, when I honestly feel like I've come full circle and my heart's finally in the right place.
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#American Musician

But do you know I was never asked in 10 years if I was a Christian personally? We were only asked if Creed was a Christian band.
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#American Musician

Creed was ended by egos and people wanting to do their own thing and poor decision-making.
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#American Musician

Creed's sound is my sound.
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Five years ago, I had a divorce that I didn't really want. I was so busy with Creed that I don't think I ever really dealt with that emotionally.
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#American Musician

I always believed in God and Christ, but I was in rebellion - trying to make my relationship with God fit into my life instead of making my life fit in with him. I was stubborn.
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#American Musician

I just hope it grows into where it was before because I want my son to see it. I want him to have a positive memory of it going forward, so he can be proud of his daddy.
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#American Musician

I started making some proper decisions, getting things in order. It's kind of like cleaning up your house. I was looking for direction for what God wanted me to do - and that's when I got a call about The Passion.
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#American Musician

I think everything worked out the way it was supposed to. Mark's happier. I'm sober. There are still phone calls to be made, people I need to say something to. But everyone from Creed who I've offended or hurt, I ask for their forgiveness.
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#American Musician

I was a Christian in Creed, but nobody ever asked me.
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#American Musician

I was emotionally and spiritually dried up, so I was just searching for God.
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#American Musician

I'd fired anyone who was involved with Creed. I didn't want anything to do with the music business. The entire press and industry hated me, so what was the point?
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#American Musician

I'd have called myself a struggling Christian who was trying to find holes in everything he had been raised to believe. I was a doubting Thomas.
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#American Musician

I'm still going to make mistakes, but I don't have any problems with publicly professing my faith now. It just took me a long time to get to the right place in my relationship with Christ.
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#American Musician

I've since learned that my life's never gonna be right, and I'm always going to be scrutinized and looked at under a microscope.
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#American Musician

It just took all of that to come to a screeching halt, to get to the point of having nothing, for me to finally realize, Hey, what are you fighting with this for? Until then, I hadn't claimed my faith as my own; I had just grown up with it.
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#American Musician

My dad always said I was hard-headed, that it would take something like that to wake me up spiritually, and I guess it did. My heart had gotten so beat up that I didn't have anything left to give.
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#American Musician

My problems were not what ended Creed.
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#American Musician

Now, there are people that are Christian artists, because they have a purpose to be evangelical for Christ. I don't feel I've been called to that yet. Now, that could change. There's no telling what kind of call God will put on my life.
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#American Musician