The music business can be very cold. And it doesn't honor its elders.
I wasn't aware of it at the time, but I was a big favorite with the Mafia.
Whatever happened to the tomboy I used to be, the slightly rebellious rocker?
I'm not used to introspection. I've never lingered on my feelings. The show must go on.
A lot of people thought I'd died, because of your coverage, they know I'm still around.
I didn't really have an agenda for my talent. I just wanted to be able to sing.
I gave up my childhood for a career.
I still don't look at myself as a star. I've always had a thankful heart.
The amazing thing is that I'm sane. I'm not bitter. I'm not drugged out. I'm not broke. I'm still married to the same guy. My children don't hate me.
I still sing because I love the sound of applause, because it's who I am, and because I still can.
I was nuts about Elvis, like every girl in America.
I've spent an awful lot of my time in the air. I've had everything happen to me in a plane that could happen. Except a crash.
The Beatles were raw musically, but I think they really had something.
I always loved reading. I always was the spelling bee champion. I always loved words. I always wanted to know what they meant, why you used them, who first said them. I was always interested in that.
I always felt that I was one of the women who helped lay the foundation for rock and roll. But I'd always been overlooked by the Hall of Fame.
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