Everything else outside me seems far, far away.
It's hard to get that real good feeling about festivals sometimes.
Apparently, there's a little red demon dwarf that haunts the city, and before every major bad thing that's happened, it's appeared to somebody. Last time, he appeared in a Cadillac.
It's the emotion of it that hits me, more than anything technical.
Like, people recognizing me on the street never interested me.
I've always kind of lived in my own world.
Because you can be lazy if you don't know the truth.
I don't want to know about my biggest idols. I don't want to read their autobiographies, I don't want to find out what they're really like.
It's cool to meet your idols. It's a good opportunity to travel. Those kinds of things are good.
You know, when I hear music, I just hear the whole thing.
Every second is mapped out and he has this total childish fascination with color and shapes and sequences.
I got more used to my own voice, but still it's hard for me to listen to my own voice, or hear the recordings.
It's pretty sad when you have to choose between the lesser of two evils.
Then we're going to take a lot of time off because in the last three years we've been touring continuously.
That's what my Dad always told me, on the ballot, they should always have a third choice, like none of the above, then if enough people picked that, they'd have to get new candidates.
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