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One of my close friends is the producer of the film, who's Armenian, Eric Esrailian. My wife is Greek. Her grandparents were actually refugees from the same period of Greek refugees, the same policy. If neither of those things existed, it would still be something that I would want to be a part of and be able to have the opportunity to write a song for such an impactful, and what I think of as an important film.feedback
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May 19 2017 Refugees
We found 17 articles in which Chris Cornell said something. The most recent Chris Cornell’s quote is: “With Soundgarden, we were always looking to do a bunch of things at the same time, separately and as a band and, with my voice being known to be versatile, I don't know if you could tell, It's that band, it's that guy,' . In the long run, it's positive because it's not imitative, but it was negative because it wasn't unanimously accepted at the time. That's probably the business I'd have ended up in if it wasn't for music. It's good for me to be involved in different things.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Chris Cornell 38 times. On this page, you will find all of Chris Cornell’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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I never had that fear before. I thought of my responsibility about the welfare of my babies.feedback

Make sure that it's inspired, that's your chief goal, cause I also believe that success comes from that.feedback

Literally, it's the DNA that goes from my children back to my wife's grandparents, who were both refugees of that policy. It felt like that connection was there.feedback

Wiping your kids' faces, washing their hands, changing their diapers – that kind of hands-on care creates a deep connection you otherwise wouldn't have.feedback

One more song and then, who knows? Then we'll go on a massive world tour! But we're not going to.feedback

Just from my perspective, it would have to feel great. It's a scary thing. I don't want to say it would have to live up to the [first] album, but I wouldn't want to take away from it. That's the issue with me. I don't want to detract from what happened before.feedback

We had our moment. And we had it on a level that has only happened in a few places. So it's incredible that if there were one kind of defining moment in rock music that will always be in the history books, that one of them came from Seattle. That's something that none of us would have ever guessed.feedback

His lyrics often seem as though they can tell that story. But then again, my lyrics often could tell the same one. In terms of seeing everything as a matter of life and death–if that's what you're feeling at the time, then that's what you're going to write. It's sort of a morbid exchange when somebody who is a writer like that dies, and then everyone starts picking through all their lyrics.feedback

The contrast of [Soundgarden] giving you nothing and your vision is actually going to be better than if we're jumping around acting like crazy rock people and you're doing these flash jump-cut edits and crazy lighting. We're weird enough as it is, and we're tired of trying to not be.feedback

I didn't think, lyrically, it would be anything that would be popular. I guess the repetitive chorus and the moodiness of it, but lyrically it's pretty dark. To think it was going to be an international hit is strange.feedback

We focused a lot on working with directors and trying to get them to understand what we wanted, and it never seemed to work – ever.feedback

I'm not sure if it was the best place for me, but it worked.feedback

You wired me awake/And hit me with a hand of broken nails. I just looked in the mirror/And things aren't looking so good/I'm looking California and feeling Minnesota.feedback

I'm learning that I can be teachable at age 38. There are no bottles of Jack Daniels around or beers.feedback

Because the film was conceived and shot before the international explosion of all of the bands, that ended up being kind of a key factor in what was referred to as the Seattle scene and the Seattle movement.feedback

There are a few different levels to the promise of the movie. There's the literal promise of betrothal, which is how the film starts. Then as the story progresses, you see it become the promise to persevere. The promise to carry on, regardless, and whoever makes it through will pass the baton.feedback

This movie's a great opportunity to tell a story that needs to be told, to help engage the healing of something that happened at a specific time and place, but it also remind us that it's happening now and reminds us what to look for. You can see it now in Syria, where you have one regime that is trying to deny any [killing] is happening and you have ISIS on the other side who is targeting a different group and advertising it.feedback

As time has moved on, I have less range and less ability to easily go in and out of different registers, but I feel like I have a much better ability to emotionally connect with any song.feedback

When I started reading the lyrics, I realized it's a lament, not a dance track.feedback

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