40+ Anne-Marie’s Quotes: A Guide to Finding Your Own Voice

Mayuri Meshram
By Mayuri Meshram  - Editor

As a fan of Anne-Marie’s music, I’ve always been struck by the raw emotion and authenticity in her lyrics. From her relatable takes on heartbreak and self-discovery, to her empowering messages of self-love and confidence, her words have a way of resonating with listeners on a deep level.

Anne Marie quotes are a testament to her talent as a songwriter and performer, and offer a glimpse into the mind of one of today’s most inspiring and captivating artists.

In this article, we’ll explore some of Anne-Marie’s most memorable and impactful quotes, and see how they’ve touched and inspired fans all over the world. Don’t forget to also catch Taylor Swift’s quotes on love and Self-esteem.

Brief Introduction of Anne Marie:

Anne Marie Rose Nicholson, better known by her stage name Anne-Marie, is a British singer, composer, and actor. She was born in East Tilbury, Essex, England on April 7, 1991. She started her music career as a member of the all-female group Rocket Girls before going solo in 2015.

Here are a few known facts about Anne Marie:

  • Anne-Marie began singing at an early age, encouraged by her mother, who was also a singer. She studied musical theatre and appeared in local plays and musicals.
  • She got a publishing agreement with Warner/Chappell Music in 2013 and began production on her debut album the same year.
  • In 2015, she released her debut song, “Karate,” to positive reviews. She is well-known for her powerful and emotional performances.
  • She released her debut album, “Speak Your Mind“, in 2018, with the smash singles “Ciao Adios”, “Friends” and “2002”.
  • She was involved in a variety of humanitarian projects, including working with mental health and children’s charities. She was also named an ambassador for the mental health organization “Mind” in 2019.

Inspiring Anne-Marie Quotes And Lyrics

God is not usually a burning bush in my life. He’s usually a very quiet whisper. And he never shows up too early…but he’s also never late, either.

Anne Marie Quotes

When you get knocked down, you got to get back up. Otherwise, you are going to lose.

Anne Marie Quotes

I think subconsciously because of my upbringing, I was very aware of values and morals and that’s why I experienced the occasional guilt with my habits.

My aim is to just make people feel good and happy.

Sometimes when we are afraid to confess an area of brokenness or sin in our lives, we know the changes we need to make.

Anne Marie Quotes

My faith is certainly not as stable or constant as I’d like it to be. I’m a highly emotional person and sometimes allow my emotions to affect how I feel about God or how I trust him.

I don’t think I could write about something I’ve never experienced or felt; all my songs are about things I’ve been through.

Anne Marie Quotes

I love doing my own thing, and I won’t let anything get in my way.

It’s so important that we all speak up on mental health.

People never believe it when they find out I’m a karate world champion. They don’t see me as the type because I’m small and blonde.

Anne Marie Quotes

When I was growing up, I was surrounded by people that were listening to a lot of pop music.

Have you got no shame? You look insane, turning up at my door. It’s two in the morning, the rain is pouring. Haven’t we been here before?

For me, speaking my mind is a big part of my life, and I encourage other people to do that as well.

Anne Marie Quotes

It feels so good to be amongst some of the biggest legends in music – it feels quite surreal.

You’re not my lover, more like a brother. I have known you since we were like ten, yeah.

I’ve never felt the need to tell anyone that I’m bisexual. I don’t feel like I am. I just feel like I’m attracted to who I like. I honestly feel like everyone is like that.

I worry about people not liking me. I get scared walking into a room first, so I have to have people walk in before me so then people are distracted. It’s hard.

When I’m happy and in a good mood, I just search for other things that maybe connect to me on another level. I talk to my friends and see how they’re feeling – see what’s going on in their lives.

As for my haircare rituals, I don’t wash them every day, and I also let my hair dry naturally. My hair is bleached, so I’m mindful of not putting too much heat on it.

I feel, as an artist, it’s important for me to write, and that’s a big part of my journey – being able to write my stories and talk about stuff.

It’s hard to put someone in the friend zone.

I keep saying to everyone that one day I’ll write a love song.

I was doing musical theatre ’til I was, like, 17, and then I started realizing I could use my voice in a more, like, current way.

I think, all my life, I’ve grown up and had high expectations, but that becomes so stressful.

When I write songs, I’m just writing stories, and being in musical theatre taught me how to act them out through singing.

I feel like the albums I grew up listening to – for example, Eminem, Lauryn Hill, and Christina Aguilera – all spoke about real stuff that was happening in their life and everyone else’s life.

I used to get so many nasty comments when I cut my hair short, and it upset me.

I’ve always been good at talking about my feelings; that helps with writing songs.

I used to take life so seriously; I got so stressed.

‘Alarm’ was about a boy that cheated on me, and when I found out, I wondered if I should give him another chance. I used to give a lot of chances to people hoping they would become better people, but this one didn’t.

I feel like if I’ve written a song about something I haven’t experienced, I wouldn’t be able to perform it properly, and people would be able to see that. People can see right through that.

It’s always inspiring when people all come together and be strong as a group. This is why I feel so strongly to put the message to people that we need to stand together in tough times.

I think Rudimental was a massive part of my life and such a great place and people and learning curve to be a part of.

I just feel not many people hear that you should feel good inside and feel happy within your soul, instead of needing to look a certain way, so I always try and talk to people about that.

I honestly always really try to get people to share their feelings. I always say to everyone that communication is key.

I always try and make people feel that they are strong enough to say something – anything, to anyone – even if it’s a stranger or they’re just writing a tweet if they’re in danger.

I actually have been really influenced by dance music.

When I first started writing, I wrote really sad, emotional songs which were all slow.

I don’t want to have to look good all the time – that’s not realistic.

I’ve got ‘trust’ tattooed on me, and I have a tattoo on my finger that’s for my parents.

I always try and put out posts on social media about feeling good inside, and there’s so much pressure for people to look a certain way and have a certain hairstyle or a certain lipstick.

I love braids and just generally play around with different hairstyles, especially for festivals and photoshoots.

I’ve become very aware of body issues and body confidence.

I do feel pressure to look good. But that’s just not going to happen, because I have a double chin, and I can’t pose. It’s such a struggle.

I always try and make the strongest ginger tea with manuka honey to keep my voice in shape.

I’ve never, ever just been attracted to men. I’ve never just been attracted to women.

When I write songs, I’m just writing stories, and being in musical theatre taught me how to act them out through singing.

I think, all my life, I’ve grown up and had high expectations, but that becomes so stressful.

I’ve had to learn not to read all the bad comments, or if you do, try not to take it into your soul, body, brain, and heart.

My music is constantly changing because I am. I’m writing it and changing it as I’m writing.

I’ve written a lot of songs from watching women speak about women’s empowerment.

I try and be just completely me on stage. I try and put that across, and people seem to get that personality that I have, so I do try not to become two different people and two different faces.

Every time I do photo shoots, my bottom lip and, like, my top lip are quivering because I just don’t know how to look. Then the flash kind of makes me go boss-eyed sometimes.

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Mayuri is a professional content writer, she loves motivating people and inspiring them to pursue their dreams. Sharing quotes, proverbs, and sayings of great authors to touch people's lives to make it better.