Belle Perez is a famous Belgian-Spanish songwriter and musician. In 1997, Patrick Renier discovered the Flemish singer at a local talent show for her musical talents. She associated herself with pop music for first few years and then found her true calling in ‘Latino style’. She gained a lot of acclamation and love from her fans. She shot to fame with her songs, writings, lyrics, thoughts and music and became a rage in parts of Europe especially in Spain, Germany and Netherlands. She has also been able to strike a chord with the North American audiences. She loves to experiment and try new things in the field of music than being stereotype. Following are some popular thoughts, words, opinions and viewpoints that the distinguished artist has expressed on subjects close to her heart through her lyrics, songs, music, work, writings and life. Presenting notable quotes and thoughts by Belle Perez.
What I'm getting at is, you know, if we really want to get serious about helping all the people living in the street and getting people jobs, we could just hire half the people in the country to spy on the other half.
I do fear for the generations of people who came of age thinking that pop-punk is what punk is, and that all the rebellion you need is just to stick your tongue out in the mirror every once in a while.
If I get even five per cent of my ideas out and documented before I die, I'll be lucky. I'm not in danger of running out of riffs or ideas anytime soon. They overwhelm me and it's hard to find time to deal with them.
You've got to have an ego as big as Mars to want to think that you, of all people, are better than anyone else to be president of the United States. People that vain, they want their place in history, and they want to be able to control how much they'll be worshipped by future generations.
Especially in local elections, because hardly anybody pays attention to those - but it's really important who's mayor and who's on the city council, county commissioners, sheriffs, district attorney, and of course the school board.
I don't think it's too hippie to want to clean up the planet so you don't wind up dying of some kind of cancer when you're 45 years old. It enrages me that these big cancer-research organizations can't be bothered to man the front lines of environmental protest.
I've been to enough other countries in the world to know what happens when you have socialized single-payer health care. It works. People don't get sick as much. They don't lose their life savings with a catastrophic illness like cancer or AIDS.
It depends on the situation. I mean, on one hand there's the argument that people should be left alone on the other hand, there's the argument to wade in a stop slaughters in places like Bosnia and Kosovo and what we probably should have done in Rwanda.