I don't take my life seriously, but I do take what I do -- in my life -- seriously .
I don't take my work ever for granted. I still work very hard on every song and try to outdo myself every time.
I don't take myself as seriously as I did when I was playing, and it works, and I think people see the self-deprecation in my commentary.
I don't take myself as seriously as some people think, and I'd hate anyone to think I was preaching. That's the last thing I want.
I don't take myself seriously any more. Sometimes I just garden in my knickers and platform shoes.
I don't take myself seriously. Others should take me seriously, I don't.
I don't take myself terribly seriously. It's why I can be incredibly honest about my life.
I don't take myself that seriously. I'm a pragmatist.
I don't take myself too seriously! That makes me happy.
I don't take myself too seriously, as I think I used to years ago, when I was younger.
I don't take myself too seriously, but I take the job very seriously, and I expect people to do the job that they're given because this is about all our people, young and old, and it's an enormous responsibility.
I don't take myself too seriously, or I at least try not to, and I want to encourage other people to live that way because it's a much better way to go about your life.
I don't take myself too seriously.
I don't take myself too seriously. I think that's something so many actors and people in general tend to do.
I don't take myself very seriously. I like to make people laugh. You know, it's like, if a woman can't be happy for another woman's work, they have to go work on that.
I don't take notes. I don't have any notebooks. I keep on trying to do that because it seems like a very writerly thing to do, but my mind doesn't work that way. I tend to get the idea for a novel in a big splash.
I don't take notes; I don't outline, I don't do anything like that. I just flail away at the goddamn thing. I'm a salami writer. I try to write good salami, but salami is salami. You can't sell it as caviar.
I don't take off as many days as most other producers and songwriters, so I'm working every single day, and I do songs every day. So it's just about finding time, scheduling, getting in and cutting the records. I make it happen and that's the name of the game. It's no excuses -- you gotta figure it out.
I don't take off my nail polish when I go home because I'm too lazy, and they're fine with it. Maybe the checkout at the grocery store's not so great with it, but they're fine with it. The distrust, the phobias, those are learned, those are taught. But the natural grace is to understand and to love.