'It's you, it's you, it's all for you, Everything I do, I tell you all the time, Heaven is a place on earth with you, Tell me all the things you wanna do, I heard that you like the bad girls, Honey, is that true?'
'When I was a waitress wearing a white dress, Look how I do this, look how I got this, I was a waitress working the night shift, You were my man, felt like I got this, Down at the Men in Music Business Conference, Down in Orlando, I was only 19, Down at the Men in Music Business Conference, I only mention it 'cause it was such a scene, And I felt seen, Mmh, mmh-mmh-mmh-mmmh, mhmm ...'
"Movies are the enemy of the novel because they are replacing novels. Novelists shouldn’t write for the movies, unless, of course, they discover they’re no good at writing novels." - John Irving