Now, some people who are cynical could say, 'You're helping yourself.' But it's trickle down. The "Bigger Than My Body" singer said he's not worried that artists like Swift and Kanye West have more influence than he does. "There are going to be times when I make music as popular or as empirically value as that in terms of making pop music that won't sell as many copies. You get to an age where you say, 'Look, if I save a baby from a burning building and Kanye saves a baby from a burning building, there's more Google news hits on Kanye. Let's just stop it.' I'm a musician who's bigger than one song or one record," Mayer argued.You're not saying, 'I want this just for me.' I think that's a really cool thing for a musician to do. I'm fine with it.' Now, together—and this is what I'm trying to tell you—we're unstoppable."Mayer said he wishes the media focused on his music rather than his relationships. "It's really about the longevity of all the work that goes together, and I'm just not interested in the things that won't last forever."(E!Mayer has released numerous albums over the past 16 years and worked with a variety of artists ranging from Buddy Guy and John Scofield to Kanye West.He’s won seven Grammy Awards, a People's Choice Award, the World Music Award for Best Selling Rock Act, a Teen People Award and an MTV Video Music Award. He has been in 14 celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.2 years each. Given Name: John Clayton Mayer Age: 40 (10/16/1977)Occupation: Music - Singer Most Famous For: Continuum, album "When I went with my friends to shop for the first dress, I wasn't that happy. I wasn't going to be excited to show those pictures to my children.Going to the bridal place the second time almost six months later [as a size 12, down from a 24] was a completely different experience because I was able to see dresses that I never would have been able to try on before.And in her mind, she was like 'He has time for all this Twittering, but he can't send me a text, an email, make a call? So when she called him on it and ended things, he just said OK, and that he was sorry it didn't work out.'." It has also been claimed musician John made no attempt to cover up his Twitters.
I'm sorry I haven't had time to call you back." "Every few hours, sometimes minutes, he'd update with some stupid line.
The trumpet in the intro is great and his falsetto “Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh” rocks. “Stop This Train” Anyone who has ever stopped and considered their own mortality can appreciate John Mayer’s emotional reflection about the speeding train of life in this song from his Grammy-winning third album, .
Mayer taps into a very universal feeling and fear with “Don’t know how else to say it/Don’t wanna see my parents go/I’m one generation’s length away/From fighting life out on my own” and “So scared at getting older/I’m only good at being young.” It’s beautiful, heartbreaking and impossible not to get goosebumps hearing it – especially live. “Say” Most of John Mayer’s songs are relationship driven and this one applies to all kinds of relationships and arguably carries the biggest, most important message in his entire catalog: Say what you need to say.
As much as John Mayer is known for being one of the music industry's most talented musicians, he's also garnered quite the reputation as a playboy.
After all, the "Gravity" singer's long list of flings, hook-ups, and on-and-off relationships includes some of Hollywood's most high-profile female stars. Can you imagine him singing "Your Body Is a Wonderland" on your couch while staring at you with those big, puppy-dog eyes?