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The most frequent one that I get is, Can we change the lyrics to "Imagine" — "No religion, too"? The religious people want it.
Sean is half Japanese and half English. All these people who have two or three countries inside of them, they used to be messed up. Now there's so many of them, it's a society in itself.
I don't know if I've learned so much from people as from events. Events are the best teacher for us. You try to learn from people, there is always some bend to it.
All my concerts had no sounds in them: they were completely silent…People had to make their own music in their minds.
John and I felt that we were like people in an H. G. Wells story. Two people who are walking so fast that nobody else can see them.
In classical music, people were doing very complex things, for the sake of being complex. I learned that rock, with two simple chords, can bring an incredible communication of the spirit.
Be silent in a group of people
See what they reveal to you.
Everybody's an artist. Everybody's God. It's just that they're inhibited. I believe in people so much that if the whole of civilization is burned so we don't have any memory of it, even then people will start to build their own art. It is a necessity – a function. We don't need history.
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Argue with anything else, but don't argue with your own nature.
February 18, 1933
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