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Letter "C" » Caleb Followill Quotes
«I'm just entirely too honest to hide it completely. I try to do plays on words; I try to say things that sound like I'm saying one thing but change the words a little bit. I try to use different terminology that I hear. I'm not scared to use the wrong kind of English. That's normally a hook to me. If you listen to a lot of older songs, if the English wasn't correct, that's normally how you get a hook in a song.»
«You guys have to talk about something, ... so why not blow things up a little bit and make them larger than life? We've always hated the rock star term and all the clich? bullshit that comes with it. You guys have to have people want to buy your papers or your magazines, so they're never going to just say, 'They played a good show'; they're going to say, 'They were whisked away by gorgeous women on the cocaine train.'»
«Half the time when you're writing songs, the things you're saying, you don't realize you're saying about yourself until you finish. Then you look back on an album you've written and put the pieces together, and you're pointing out your flaws. And that's the kind of stuff people want to hear. They want to know that it's normal to fuck up. That's a lot better than writing about purity.»
«[Purity is definitely something the Followills kicked under the church pew a long time ago, not only when it comes to their lifestyle but also their music. What critics and fans alike love (or despise) about the Kings' sound is Caleb's muttered, unkempt delivery and indiscernible lyrics that invite constant analysis.] First I think it was just out of insecurity -- I didn't want everyone to understand what I was saying, ... But eventually it got to the point where I was proud of the way I was writing and admitting to it.»