When you're on a merry-go-round, you miss a lot of the scenery.
I'm throwing myself back in because I like being married. I don't want to end this whole fabulous journey alone. I want someone by my side who I love and who loves me. I've finally found somebody who's up to the task of being my wife, because I'm very high maintenance.
I've looked at photographs of myself during concerts and it sometimes looks as if I'm in a fencing move, with a guitar in my hands instead of a sword.
It's very difficult for me to say 'I love you' but to sing 'I love you' for me is easier.
Songs are life in 80 words or less.
Brooklyn is not the easiest place to grow up in, although I wouldn't change that experience for anything.
Performing is the easiest part of what I do, and songwriting is the hardest.
I may have a little bit of a talent for music, but I've learnt to tap into my own self when I write. When I put the drill bit inside my heart, sometimes I come up with something light and frothy, sometimes with something deep and painful, but it's great to connect with the audience.
I think probably Australians have just a little more taste than most people.
You can't plan to write a great song. It just happens to you. It drops in your lap. It's the same thing with a woman.