I left the table where there were important people and had lunch with my husband and a few friends. The reception was organised in my honour, so it was rather amusing.
One of the most wonderful memories in my life was when I sang at the Opera House in Sydney. I will never forget that. It is one of the most beautiful Houses I have ever sung in my life.
UNICEF has made the most rewarding thing that I have ever done in my life.
When I heard his first songs, Dylan was answering certain questions that I had all my life been asking myself.
The idea of the European community is never face a war again.
Every time I would open my mouth to sing, everybody was paying attention to me. It became a habit.
There were wonderful moments when I was singing for the first time in the Olympia Theatre and I was pregnant with my son, which was very, very strange for a singer.
When you want something very dearly, you make the time.
When I started to work with UNICEF, it was a new way of giving some love and care to the world.
With my songs I tried to prove that there is love.
I thought it was respectful to each country to sing in their language.
I do believe that if you haven't learnt about sadness, you cannot appreciate happiness.
For my convalescence, I had to exercise my voice only with vowels. It is a medical rule after a long loss of voice.
My friends gave me the first songs which was the first food in my soul for me.
Once I was condemned to three months' absolute silence. As I could not speak, I wrote a book.