I love it when someone insults me. That means that I don't have to be nice anymore.
I don't think punk ever really dies, because punk rock attitude can never die.
It doesn't matter about money; having it, not having it. Or having clothes, or not having them. You're still left alone with yourself in the end.
If your world doesn't allow you to dream, move to one where you can.
I'm not trying to hide from my past. I want to roll in it. Like a dog, rolling in feces, I'm rolling in the feces of my greatest hits - that's a bit of a wild way of looking at it, but I am a man, and we do like rolling in our own feces at times.
Rock isn't art, it's the way ordinary people talk.
I rocked the cradle of love.
I don't care what stage or what reason, as long as we're playing.
I think love's exciting and happy, as well as being able to make you sad.
The biggest misconception people have about me is that I'm stupid.
It's like, what happened, I was always leading fashion, and then the grunge thing kind of came along. And because I've been so on top in the '80s you know, I, you know, what can I do? Suddenly go grunge?
My hair used to be real long, and my parents were encouraged when I cut it. They thought I was going 'straight,' but I was just getting weirder - at least in their eyes. I was getting into the punk thing.
There was a time when my whole life was in chaos, really, and I didn't help myself sort it out. But one day I came to my senses, and I think I was lucky because a lot of people don't.
They wouldn't play my records on American radio because I had spiky hair. They said, 'Punk rock doesn't sell advertising, it won't make any money.'
I'm not talking with an American accent. I haven't gone off and become Sammy Hagar.
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