Quotes about dating a musician
They are the perfect storm of qualities we know will lead to heartache (ours) and yet still we allow ourselves the fantasy that maybe we will be his Penny Lane (we won't.) If you're dating a musician, here are some tips for navigating your way through… You will always, unreservedly and unashamedly come second. He'll have more intense relationships with his bandmates than he'll ever have with you. Heck, if we didn't need to be at work at nine, we'd also be tempted to sip rioja in the kitchen at 2am on a Tuesday night, chewing the cud over whether Jeff Buckley's finest hour was prophetic in the wake of his unexpected demise. Ok so consciously-uncoupling's got Gwynnie written all over it but when quizzed about their split, Chris Martin essentially bemoaned his inability to extract enjoyment from what was otherwise a great relationship because of "this". His existential crisis is the Camilla to your Charles and Diana. His neuroticism puts him at the centre of any number of imagined scenarios in which he's letting you down or breaking your heart or HEY WHAT A GREAT IDEA FOR A SONG!
If you don't want to be sat alone at an hour's notice for the fourth time this week, eating ice cream and crying while you watch Ian Beale crying on Eastenders, get yourself a back-up plan.
If you complain about this, you're massively selfish, FYI. The key here is that even Chris Martin (who really ought to know better) allowed this "burden" to take precedence over simply getting over himself.