I still don’t know what Episcopalian means.
As a person who performs on stage, it’s good to be emotionally open. If you mess with someone when they are in that state, it’s like you’re messing with an animal when it’s eating.
You know, I’ve always thought that it would be really funny if somebody made a romantic comedy where absolutely everything went well from beginning to end.
I know what my job is: I write the songs, I sing them, I play them on the piano.
I resent limitations. I’m going to be this way for a while.
The age thing really bugs me. Do people have more of a right to not like what I say because I’m 19?
The quick success was a bit strange to get used to.
If I have one success in my relationship history, it’s with the people who listen to my music. I think that they’ll be there with me forever, and I’ll be there with them forever. And I’m totally satisfied with that.
I don’t have a big thing about leaving my mark or being historic.
I don’t know if anybody wants to mix their politics with their entertainment.
I wasn’t very ambitious as a child. I’m still not.
I’ve never been to the websites. It’s a lot healthier for me to keep out of the conversations about me.
In a strange way, I’m way more comfortable onstage than anywhere else.
No, I’ve never wanted kids. But I do read about parenting a lot.
I never went to concerts when I was a kid, so I never knew if what I was doing onstage was right.