Waylon Jennings Height

Each tomorrow will depend on the love you give today.

American singer, songwriter, and musician, Waylon Jennings is remembered for pioneering the Outlaw Movement in country music.

How Tall was Waylon Jennings?

Waylon Jennings was certainly above-average tall. His height is listed as 6 feet almost everywhere on the internet. From what little we have seen of him, we think he looked even taller -- though the cowboy boots he used to wear may have boosted his height a bit.

Interestingly, Waylon's son Shooter Jennings is not even 5 feet 7 inches tall. Genetics work in mysterious ways...

The height of Waylon Jennings was

6 ft ½ in (184 cm)

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Waylon Jennings was one of a kind person, as evident by some of his quotes

Who Waylon Jennings was?

I'm just a man, no more or no less. Bad as the worst, good as the best.

The way to do things.

There's always one more way to do things and that's your way, and you have a right to try it at least once.

He may be...

I may be crazy, but it keeps me from going insane.

Having the courage.

If you have the courage and you have the heart, that hero just might be you.

Ladies love babies and...

Ladies love outlaws, like babies love stray dogs. Ladies touch babies like a banker touches gold, outlaws touch ladies somewhere deep down in their soul.

On honesty.

Honesty is something you can't wear out.

We were put here because.

I mean, I think we're put here on earth to make your own destiny, to begin with. I don't think there's anything you can do this way or that way to change anything.

Being not pretty.

Cuz I was never pretty anyway and never cared anything about that.

Be yourself.

Don't ever try and be like anybody else and don't be afraid to take risks.

On Johnny Cash.

I love Johnny Cash, and I respect Johnny Cash. He's the biggest. He's like an Elvis in this business, but no, he's never been the rebel.

How to be a musician?

You've got to care about the music...You'd better not be doing it for publicity, fame or money. And you'd sure better not be doing it because it's a way to make a living, 'cause that ain't always going to be easy. You got to believe it, believe in the music. You got to mean it.