I like to look at the songs like they’re little movies.
It’s been the longest timeSince I’ve been in this place,Where I spend my whole dayHoping I’ll see your face.Then I script things to say,And maybe what you’d say back.You don’t know it yet,But, girl, it’s a factThat I can see us Staying up late,Talking all night,But I guess I’ll have to wait.’Cause it’s brand-new,Yeah, I...
I’d love to say that I could write political songs, but I don’t feel clued-up enough.
I have a lot of songs, and I’d love to do some more recording with the band.
I love cover songs, but I always mess up the words!
I can’t remember writing any of the songs that I’ve written.
I may play the same songs night to night, but I never play them the same way.
I’ve made club songs, and I’ve made radio songs, and I’ve made the car songs.
We all have lips.” Perhaps that is what we all had in common: no one was allowed to be serious, except about the importance of music, the glory of faces seen in the crowd. We had our songs, we had our faces! We had our web belts and painter’s jeans, our dyed tank tops and...
Melodic songs that people can relate to has always been our thing.
I like folk songs, but ten horses couldn’t bring me to a concert or an opera.
I try not to write songs in which men glamorize their own need for approval from women. That’s kinda a bogus way to go out. But I try to do this quietly. I’m not about to go around telling people how they should or shouldn’t think. My feminism is for me.
Sometimes my songs wander off a bit and are not always coherent.
I love songs that tell stories. They make you feel something, something real.