Yeah, I've been interested in music since I was a teenager, always writing songs.
Men are allowed to write songs about people and women are allowed to write songs about women.
The songs keep on writing themselves, and I really love them. It's as close as I get to a religion.
The songs become the show, which is how it should be.
That's my dream job, to be able to mail songs out to people who want to hear them. Paste my face on them and not travel all over the world trying to sell them.
I just want to leave this world with a massive catalog of songs.
Songs you can dip in and out of, but a book... well, it can overpower you.
I would hate to think my songs were giving advice to people.
I've always hated narrative songs. I hate those songs where, basically, it's an unfolding of a story.
All these songs honestly explore the ups and downs of my reality.
I don't mind doing two or three Eagles songs and playing the drums. I'm not one of those artists who's going to sit here and deny the past.
Songs are about whatever you want them to be about. For me it might mean something completely different than what it means to you. So I'd say it's about whatever the listener thinks it's about.
I like songs with a lot of heart and feeling and subtlety.
Songwriting is something I really need to work on. I don't have very many songs but I really love it. I would love to be a great song writer some day.
When I say I don't have to write pop songs anymore, there's no way I'm going to get on the radio at 60 years of age unless I'm doing a duet with Gaga or I was on 'All of the Lights,' which was a Kanye West record that managed to get on the radio.
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