I identify with women more than men. I guess I have a strong feminine side.
Let Love Rule
A lot of people don't listen to the lyrics, really.
A lot of people pretty much only listen to the chorus.
Confusion makes people uncomfortable. They can't put their finger on me.
I always try to keep the circumstances in my life fresh. I like to change the physical environment I live in, change the people around me and try to experience things for the first time. I think that keeps one on their toes, creatively and spiritually.
I am still into the people I listened to growing up, so I completely remember what is like to be a fan, I haven't changed.
I mean, look at the people we celebrate - a lot of people who really don't do anything. They just walk the red carpets and go to all the parties, and they're hooked up with the right people, so they're celebrities. But what for?
If you ask a hundred people, they all give you different answers.
It's very important to vote. People died for this right.
People always accuse me of being motivational in a way, like it was a bad thing, but that's just how I was raised. My mom raised me in a positive environment, with lots of love in my heart, and that reflects in my music.
People don't realize it, but no one lives that rock and roll life 24-7. They think it's hundreds of bottles of champagne flowing and private jets and money. But there's a lot of time when you're traveling - time to think, time to be lonely. Sometimes it gets to you.
People see my photos and think I labor over my image and I'm this cool, brooding artist. But I'm just having fun with it.
That's a big gift when people say to you that a song helped them or brought them to some place in their life where they needed to be.
The fans of 'The Hunger Games,' of the book, are very passionate. It's funny: Even at my concerts there are people holding up 'Cinna' signs.