The sky is an infinite movie to me. I never get tired of looking at what's happening up there.
Life is so impermanent that it's not about somebody else or things around me, it's about knowing you are completely alone in this world and being content inside.
Heartache is very fertile ground for song-making but so is happiness, so is absolute bliss.
You have to respect your audience. Without them, you're essentially standing alone, singing to yourself.
When women make their image about youth and sexuality, and not about intellect, that's kind of a dead-end road. So I think it's a combination of self-entrapment and entrapment by society.
Look. Art knows no prejudice, art knows no boundaries, art doesn't really have judgement in it's purest form. So just go, just go.
The older I get, the more I embrace who I am.
I believe in monogamy if that's what a couple decides upon together, but it all depends on the personal history and culture of the two involved.
I just try to live a really simple, natural life, because obviously, life has an impact on your voice.
I think I fall into a lot of cracks in terms of I'm too something. I'm too this, I'm too that. And my music has never really had a home. I've been this floating alternative. I'm too mainstream for alternative. I'm too alternative for mainstream. And I'm just kind of wandering.
I just really allowed my muse to be my guide and I just go with whatever I'm feeling.
I think masculinity is bravado against the mystery of the universe of women. It's just a fear of not knowing what women have that's so powerful. It's this shield they put up to try to get closer.
My voice and the styles and genres I sing all express my appreciation for what I hear.
I don't believe that human beings are necessarily monogamous.
I feel like at 50 I've decided to become a rock star, which is, you know, typical of me. I always seem to work backwards.
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