Inner beauty should be the most important part of improving one's self.
As a person, he was wonderful. He really was a great person. He was full of life. He had a great sense of humor. Very talented, of course, but very caring to his parents. There was a very endearing quality about Elvis.
There is a shyness about me, and I really need to get out more.
You have so much to share, you have so much to tell, you have so much you want to expose, so much that's inside that you've learned from that life period. There are really very few people I can share that with.
It was more that his career was going down again and he was tired of the songs. He was tired of the routine. And there was a point where he just kind of gave up. He couldn't face being 40. And he resorted to stimulants. There's a dark side there, a really dark side.
I don't want to be someone's entertainment.
I lived a really wonderful life with this man and even after our divorce, it was incredible.
I lived somebody else's life. It was never about me, it was really about him on every level.
And when Elvis was unhappy, believe me, everyone was unhappy.
I like the creative aspect of developing a project.
There were the phone calls and Elvis had asked me to visit him in Los Angeles. This was in 1962.
You know, you know, obviously, if my daughter's happy, you know, then I don't have any problem.
He would use amphetamines to stay awake because he would have late night maneuvers that would go way into the early morning hours and he was given pills to stay up for the long hours.
Absolutely. I - you know, he was so that much a part of my life that, you know, Elvis, you know, once - once you bonded with him, I mean, there was no - there was no going back. He was just a great guy.
No one has really heard my side of the story, the adventure we had together, the transformation that I had going from a schoolgirl to a woman overnight.
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