Quotations by Cass Elliot
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Born: Friday, September 19, 1941
Died: Monday, July 29, 1974 (32 years old)
Honesty is all you need.
How do I tell people who I am? Not being a writer, the only way is to sing songs that reflect my opinions.
(Keywords: People, Being, Opinions, Songs, Writer)
I was just a bumpkin. Just a country bumpkin. I had just come to New York from Virginia. Or was it Baltimore?
I've always been so apathetic. I figured, OK, maybe the world is going to fall down around me. Now I want to make a better world... that's motherhood.
(Keywords: Motherhood, Now, Want, World)
If you really think you're right, you should tell it.
If you truly dig what you are doing, if you lay it out that way, nobody can not respond. That's what rock and roll is; it's relentless.
My role in the Mamas and Papas was basically just to sing.
There's so much talk about the drug generation and songs about drugs. That's stupid. They aren't songs about drugs; they're about life.
(Keywords: Life, Drugs, Songs, Talk)
They're paying me an outrageous sum of money; $40,000 a week, which is totally silly.
(Keywords: Money, Silly)
When you're famous, you don't get to meet people because they want you to like them when the present themselves to you, and you don't see the real people.
(Keywords: People, Famous, Present, Want)