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My dad didnt want me to play guitar. He played piano, so I chose that. And I ended up loving it
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"My dad didn't want me to play guitar. He played piano, so I chose that. And I ended up loving it"

- Gavin DeGraw

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In this quote, singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw assesses his musical journey and the impact of his dad. He exposes that his daddy initially dissuaded him from playing guitar, potentially due to the fact that he himself was a pianist. However, DeGraw picked to follow in his dad's steps and discover to play the piano rather. Despite his father's reservations, DeGraw discovered a deep enthusiasm for the instrument and ultimately fell in love with it. This quote highlights the power of parental impact and the unanticipated courses that can lead us to our true enthusiasms. It also talks to the concept of discovering joy and satisfaction in unforeseen locations.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Gavin DeGraw somewhere between February 4, 1977 and today. He/she was a famous Musician from USA. The author also have 31 other quotes.

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