This album [Stroll] and all my songs that break barriers are more reflective of my personality.
I feel people are seeing me as a true artist rather than a singer, or an entertainer, or a girl who just makes songs.
When I play live, it's a conversation that we're all having with the song, and the audience. . . their response and relationship with the songs is as valid as my relationship with the songs.
I teach my sighs to lengthen into songs.
There's a lot of griping and groaning about wanting to play half-baked new songs live, but you don't want it to just end up on YouTube with like 74 thumbs down: "This is the worst!"
But I'm just having fun playing and giving Botox injections to the older songs.
Our lives are songs; God write the words And we set them to music at pleasure; And the song grows glad, or sweet or sad, As we choose to fashion the measure.
The reason I don't play any of the old songs is because I really honor my old band, and I think that those songs are best served within the context of that band.
There's a feeling that you get when you write songs where. . . it feels like it's destined to do something. Then sometimes you get that feeling with a song and it never goes anywhere, that happens all the time too, so you never really know.
Certain songs just feel a way that's hard to put into words and it's not happy and it's also not really sad but I couldn't say what it is
It doesn't take me long to write songs.
I'll keep evolving and put that into my songs.
I've written so many songs about Englishmen, I have to go elsewhere.
As far as the bands that are reforming now, it's always nice to see old friends and hear some of those great songs, but it's just not our thing.
'Darkness on the Edge of Town' came out of a huge body of work that had tons of very happy songs.
I don't have to have my tits out to try to sell some kind of record. I can just be me and give songs that I'm into.
My songs are the door to every dream I've ever had and every success I've ever achieved.
Slim Shady is just the evil thoughts that come into my head. Things I shouldn't be thinking about. Not to be gimmicky, but people should be able to determine when I'm serious and when I'm f. . . around. That's why a lot of my songs are funny. I got a warped sense of humor I guess.
I don't write down my experiences, but I have a very decent memory. I have tons of books in which I write down phrases as they occur to me. That's how I write songs. I'll need a line and I'll go through the books and find it, the right rhyme and everything.
I want all of my songs to do well whether I've written them or not.
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