He’s my best friend. Obviously he’s still in the band for a reason, it’s not like I’m waiting for someone to go “Oh yeah, you know, Pete sucks” and I’ll go like “Yes! Thank you, now he’s totally fired!” No, he’s my best friend and he’s absolutely important. He’s invaluable. I wouldn’t be here without him. I’ll hear things like, “Your voice is great but Pete’s really lame” and it’s like, well, Pete’s the only guy who got me to sing. I wasn’t a singer until Pete saw it in me. So I don’t particularly see value in me being a singer but he does and he’s always my cheerleader, trying to keep me going. So I am the musician I am pretty much because of Pete. And I’m not even saying I’m that great a musician. I’m saying if there’s anyone that thinks I am, all the thanks goes to Pete. - Patrick Stump on Pete Wentz. (x)
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Me and you, setting in a honeymoon
If I woke up next to you, if I woke up next to you
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“Advice? Focus on the craft. Study the greats. Try and understand how and why they made the writing choices they did. Then, start by copying them…just as an exercise. See if you can do similar things. Learn how to write a song like so and so. Then, when you’ve done that, write a song like yourself. Learn to color within the lines before going outside them.” - Patrick Stump.
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