Thoughts by Madonna Ciccone

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Popular Thoughts by Madonna Ciccone:- Madonna Louise Ciccone is an English pop artist, singer, songwriter, actress and entrepreneur. She is one of the world’s top selling and most famous performers. She has become an idol and a style build by pop music for nearly thirty years in the industry, and is called “The Queen of Pop.”

As a composer, Madonna Ciccone has written many pictorial books for kid. Apart from his musical career, she has performed in 22 movies in different roles. She was admired for his featuring role in the musical movie Evita in 1996. Madonna was formerly married to actor Sean Penn from 1985 to 1989, with film director Guy Ritchie in the duration 2000-2008.

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Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Age

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Part of the reason I sort of shot out like a cannon out of Michigan and
left home at such an early age is because I had to feel independent.


I was a buffoon and an idiot until the age of forty.


I don’t like guys my age because they are normally
either married or divorced and grumpy, fat and balding.


I don’t believe there’s a certain age where you can’t say and feel and be who you want to be.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Art

I don’t want no lies, I don’t watch TV. I don’t waste my time, won’t read a magazine.


You took a pretty picture and you smashed it into bits,
sank me into blackness and you sealed it with a kiss.


I get strength from my art – all the paintings I own are powerful.


I like to change. A new lamp, a piece of art, can transform a room.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Children

It’s weird juggling children in a rhinestone outfit.


I fear the future I wish for my children is at risk, so I’m taking action. Please join me.


Hope my child will be a good Catholic like me.


I am rich and famous. have a talented and gorgeous husband and two beautiful children. I could go on.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Film

Who is my role model and how long can I keep this going? just move around and do different things and come back to music, try making films and come back to music, write children’s books and come back to music.


I like film soundtracks, like the soundtracks better than the movies.


I love the art form, but working in film can be a disheartening experience.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Giving

I don’t give a damn if I go to hell. I love you Satan. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.


I’m not interested in being Wonder Woman in the delivery room. Give me drugs.


I know where beauty lives, I’ve seen it once, I know the warmth she gives.


Hand fits giving, so do it, that’s what the Gospel said to me. Life fits living, so let your judgments go.

Growing Up Thoughts/Quotes by Madonna Ciccone

I wanted to be a nun. I saw nuns as superstars. When I was growing up I went to a Catholic
school, and the nuns, to me, were these superhuman, beautiful, fantastic people.


Death was a big part of my life growing up. I went to lots of funerals.


I always felt like I was a freak when I was growing up and that there was
something wrong with me because I couldn’t fit in anywhere.


Raising kids makes most people, including me, grow up at least a little.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Heart

If the land of make believe is inside your heart it will never leave.


I made a vow that I would never need another person ever.
Turned my heart into a cage, a victim of a kind of rage.


You’re frozen when your heart’s not open


You took a poison arrow and you aimed it at my heart. It’s heavy and it’s bitter, and it’s tearing me apart.

Inspirational Thoughts/Quotes by Madonna Ciccone

I stand for freedom of expression, doing what you believe in, and going after your dreams.


A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That’s why they don’t get what they want.


Set your goals high and go far. Don’t put off tomorrow what you can do today.


When I feel like saying something, I say it.

Jesus Thoughts/Quotes by Madonna Ciccone

Crucifixes are sexy because there’s a naked man on them.


I think they probably got it on, Jesus and Mary Magdalene.


‘Jesus’ message was to love your neighbour as yourself, and
there are people in need. I hope that people got that message.

Letting Go Thoughts/Quotes by Madonna Ciccone

Filmmaking is such a collaboration. At a certain point, I suppose
you do have to let go and trust the people you’re working with.


Freedom comes when you learn to let go, creation comes when you learn to say ‘no’

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Mistakes

The worst thing about being famous? I think it’s what everybody says.. the lack of privacy and the idea that you’re not really allowed to make mistakes and everything that you do is viewed under a microscope.


I think all of us make the mistake of thinking we’re going to change people when we get
together. But we’re not. People are who they are. And people change in their own time.


Make no mistake, Madonna is always in control of the image she wants you to see.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Philosophy

The world is not so kind, people trap your mind.


I know where beauty lives, I’ve seen it once, I know the warmth she gives.


My point of view and philosophy continues to change and grow.
As the years go by you go through this evolution.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Rejection

There’s no greater power than the power of good-bye.


Rejection is the greatest aphrodisiac.


You took a poison arrow and you aimed it at my heart. It’s heavy and it’s bitter, and it’s tearing me apart.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Singing

My favorite scene that I ever filmed was singing “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” from the balcony of the Casa Rosada in Argentina [where the real Eva Peron once stood] during Evita. That was amazing. SO real and surreal. Bizarre.


I’ve been practicing yoga very seriously for a little over a year and
I believe that helped my voice and affected my singing.


I think lines are meant to be crossed anyways. The entire time I was singing on the cross,
there’s numbers flipping over my head. You know, starting at one and going up to 12 million.


I was more of a dancing kid than a singing kid. sang in school choirs and sang in school musicals, but I was much more interested in dancing than singing.

Madonna Ciccone Thoughts/Quotes on Songs

My son youngest son David’s favorite song – he plays
guitar – and he likes “Devil Pray.” That’s his favorite.


I think love resides in all of the songs, even when they are overtly sexual.


I don’t doubt love for a second. I’m living for love. Listen to my songs!


I didn’t set out to write certain kinds of songs – I just set out to write good songs.