We have gone through some difficult times like everyone else and perhaps our working together and respecting each other's abilities, in addition to that little thing called love, helped us survive.
We are the yin and the yang of the creative process.
You just have to believe in yourself when you've got something, and just keep pounding on the door, because if you pound long enough, somebody is going to open it.
Sharing a triumph with someone you love is an incredible high.
Barry and I were in the middle of building a house, and I was in the midst of having a nervous breakdown, because that's what you do when you build a house.
A lot of guys spend their lives saying no because it's an easier way to keep your job.
You made a lot of mistakes, and you wrote a lot of crap. But it was all part of the learning process.
The main reason he wanted to be a recording artist was because it gives you much more freedom in your writing. You only have to please the artist and the artist is you so you can be more daring and experimental.
Although I like the work I've done in the past, I like what I'm writing now even more.
Barry is an incredible singer. He's even gotten better through the years.
But I'm someone who the more afraid I am, the more I want to do it to get the fear over with.
Even when I think I'm writing really young, they say it's too mature.
I can't seem to write young enough anymore.
I wanted to write for Broadway.
It was kind of like songwriter's boot camp. You had to produce. You had to produce fast. You had to learn.
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