I feel really lucky to have found musical success before I’m 30, to be doing absolutely what I want to do. I would be quite happy if I died tomorrow.
And we danced, and we drankAnd I’ve seen something you probably never got the chance to seeDon’t worry, MaryCause I’m taking care of DannyAnd he’s taking care of me
It’s all right to make mistakes, you’re only humanInside everybody’s hiding something.
I love feeding off the audience, and to me, what’s the point if you’re not going to think of the fans. Anyone can play music in their house, but you put it out because you want interact with your fans. And, as an artist, you get so much from your fans.
If you gave me just a coin for every time we say goodbyeWell I’d be rich beyond my dreams, I’m sorry for my weary lifeI know I’m not perfect but I can smileand I hope that you see this heart behind my tired eyes.
I spent a lot of my childhood in my own head, making up stories. I didn’t have a lot of outside influences, so I was able to make my own decisions about what I wanted to do.
It’s actually amazing because you go so far into another side of your brain when you’re studying something completely different, and I loved it.
Looking back, I think that’s why I did music. I’d get home from school and the house would be so quiet.
Life for rent means that my life isn’t really my own, I only rented it for a while, but if I don’t manage to buy it, to own it, then nothing of what I think is mine is really mine.
Inside everybody’s hiding something.
I always want to bring emotion across in a straightforward way. I don’t want to get histrionic when I’m singing. For me that’s just not interesting; it goes too far down one road.
It’s too late and it’s too bad, don’t think of me.