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I think we think we're getting the hang of this thing, you know? You Enjoy Think Know. Game Weird Songwriting. To me, my biggest fear is getting a big head, and that is when I get the hammer. Because it's very easy in this game to believe you're something special.

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Me You Fear Believe. Everyone talks about rock these days; the problem is they forget about the roll. Problem Forget Rock Everyone.

To me, as long as we've known each other, I've always thought Mick's most brilliant thing was that he could work in an area two foot square and give a very exciting performance. Work Me Long Thought. I look for ambiguity when I'm writing because life is ambiguous. Life Look Writing Because. Yes, I've been trepanned. That's quite an interesting experience, especially for my brain surgeon, who saw my thoughts flying around in my brain.

Thoughts Experience Brain Flying. You get onstage and make other people feel happy. Make them feel good. Good Happy People You. Load more quotes. Prev 1 2 Next. Related Authors John Lennon. David Bowie. Paul McCartney. Elton John. Amy Winehouse. Rod Stewart. Nick Rhodes.

Mick Jagger. OUT : How was it for you reflecting on your entire life in such great detail? Patty Schemel: It was really tough to relive some of the shittiest [memories], and go back in the time machine to those moments. I had a co-writer, so she and I would talk and I would write. Well, I just talked about giving hand jobs on the streets. It was hard. Were you nervous about being so honest? With the intervention, that was my experience with what I saw and how I felt.

It was difficult to write about it because Courtney has a whole different perspective of it and so does [Eric Erlandson]. Like she was really surprised that me and Kurt would sneak off and do stuff all the time—like secret drug meet-ups. Well, you were too busy smoking, so we would leave! Going to my first lesbian bar We were dancing to Prince, which was fine, but musically there was no homo music scene. It was all straight, so I would hang out with straight people and go to straight parties and be in a straight band.

It was all long hair and Doc Martens.

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Eventually, I found my first love Jen at a house party and immediately fell in love with her because she put on a Saints record. It took some time. Punk seems to have always been dominated by straight men. Were you comfortable being openly queer? Once I started to expand my world a bit beyond Seattle, I would go to shows and see girls playing music. I saw Donna and she was in a band called Danger Mouse.

She played her bass, and was so amazing and so intense and so right on. I knew she was gay, and it was sort of like a mental acknowledgement and then I felt really safe. Seattle punk rock shows were all guys in the pit, but I wanted to be in there too. I liked having people push me and feel that closeness of other people pushing against [me] because I had all of that anger.

It felt good to be in that chaos and be just like another dude. You seem like a very intense person, where everything is The relationships are The drugs are