And one thing about Mick Jagger is he keeps his eye very closely on not only where the dollars go but where the pennies go.
I didn't have the equipment for the regular world of being a lawyer. I didn't have the imagination for that. I did have a funny kind of ambition, but I didn't know where to put it.
I found Mick Jagger... very bright. I always liked him very much and still do.
I think my mother was like a small company which, because things are not ship-shape, keeps two sets of books, one for the auditors and then there's the other one.
I'm sure there are people who think I only do music, people who think I only do theater, and people who think I only do dramatic stuff. I do things that interest me.
One of the things I find in writing about people who are dead is that, after a short or long time, no matter how close the relationship was, they become like characters in fiction.
When we first put 'Let It Be' out, I had to cut out a lot of stuff that I really like and wanted to stay in there. The stuff in the new DVD has a lot of the stuff that had to be cut out. So for me, it's like the egg is now complete.
Actors were the first people to accept me.
I completely trust Gloria Vanderbilt. I have always found her very honest.
I have become my own father.
I'm not good at normal things. I can't drive a car. I couldn't read till I was 10.
One of the things I find very little of in America - and certainly not on Broadway - are plays with political attitudes.
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