I Don’t Need You Quotes by Karen Chance, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sheryl Crow, Jenny Downham, Jasper Fforde, Nolan Bushnell and many others.
I can get others to do what you do. They wonвЂ™t be as good, but В . В . В . okay. It could work. But it doesnвЂ™t matter because no matter how good they are, they canвЂ™t replace you. They canвЂ™t because I donвЂ™t need you only for what you can do. I need you В . В . В . for you.
The day that you stop looking – because you’re content God did it – I don’t need you in the lab. You’re useless on the frontier of understanding the nature of the world.
I am sweet, I am ugly, I am mean if you love me. I’ll try hard just to please you, when I say I don’t need you.
Don’t pretend to care. I don’t need you as an anesthetic.
I don’t need you to agree with me,” she said quietly.” I’ll go away happy with a little bit of doubt. Doubt is good. It’s an emotion we can build on. Perhaps if we feed it with curiosity it will blossom into something useful, like suspicion – and action.
If you don’t hire at least one or two people that are smarter than you are, then you’re a terrible manager and I don’t need you.
Every time we sin in thought, word, or deed, we’re essentially saying in that moment that, “I don’t need you God. I don’t want you God. I like my way better than your way.”
God, I needed you,” he murmured. “I can’t even tell you how many times I thought about this. The funny thing is, I don’t need you any less now. I think I need you more.” ~Shane~
Shane said, “Don’t worry. I’ll protect you.” Claire hit him in the shoulder. “I don’t need you to protect me.” “Then why am I going first?” “So you can take the first punch while I throw the second?” “So I’m bait? Ouch. You’ve been in Morganville way too long, girl.
Loners live among the mob, so the mob mistakes us for its own, presuming and assuming. When the mob gets too close, the truth is revealed. Running or walking away, chased or free, any which way, we tell the mob in effect I don’t need you.
In a modern world where a majority of women say, ‘I don’t need you, I’ve got my money, I’ve got my stuff,’ I say, ‘I desperately need men.’ My whole album is a tribute to men. It takes a man in me to tell you that I’m on my knees for men.
I don’t need you to remind me of my age. I have a bladder to do that for me.
My life is proof that I don’t need you to do what I do. If there’s no one to see it, I’ll watch it.