Quotes by Corey Hart

Truthfully, I'm still Corey Hart, Dad, first.
- Corey Hart
Money, celebrity and power can be very intoxicating.
- Corey Hart
My idea of a romantic night is to watch action films.
- Corey Hart
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Wearing sunglasses at night hurts your eyes after a while.
- Corey Hart
There is no schooling for fame and success. You learn as you walk.
- Corey Hart
I think you can learn as much from success as you can from failure.
- Corey Hart
Along the beach I never collected shells from my father's shore.
- Corey Hart
I became somewhat reclusive during a period of time in the '80s.
- Corey Hart
It's weird. Prior to having my first record, Corey Hart was just my name.
- Corey Hart
Music was my oxygen. It's what saved me from being a really lonely and scared teenager.
- Corey Hart
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This may sound strange but I had dreams as a kid of doing exactly what I ended up doing in my life.
- Corey Hart
There is nothing more important in my life than being a father. I will never allow any of my career choices or aspirations to threaten this bond.
- Corey Hart
I can analyse the trajectory of my popularity and find out why the peak was a peak and the valley was a valley - grapple with it that way - but I prefer not to analyse it that much.
- Corey Hart
'Truth Will Set U Free' is about honesty. My philosophic belief that ultimately being true to yourself is liberating, with every individual's inalienable right to be who they are without fear or recrimination.
- Corey Hart
Above these universal themes 'Truth Will Set U Free' is also a song composed for those who were born gay. I am a straight man so I do not profess to understand or know what a LGBT person experiences but I do recognize injustice when I see it.
- Corey Hart
I needed to step away from music because the truth was I couldn't be the dad I wanted to be to my kids. My truth was that I could not reconcile the two worlds - the entertainment world and being the dad I wanted to be in the present. You can't substitute time, you just can't.
- Corey Hart