Put your faith in what you most believe in.
In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.
I'm sorry that it was all so successful. I honestly didn't mean it to happen like that. It's hardly surprising that people grew to hate me.
I'll have the music, and then I'll just turn the microphone on, press Play and Record and sing. And whatever comes out ends up being the melody.
When we're touring America or Europe, we use our own plane and a great advantage of that is it cuts out an awful lot of time checking in. You literally drive up to the plane, get on and then drive off at the other end.
Another time, we had three days off in Australia, so we went out of our way to fly to Ayres Rock.
Each thing leapfrogs. I do a Genesis project - like now, we're just finishing off an album - and then by the time the album is doing its thing, I could do nothing or I could do a film.
I am stopping so I can be a full-time father to my two young sons on a daily basis.
Often there's a BA crew, because half the time we stay at the same hotels, especially in Australia. I can remember spending quite a lot of time with crews around the pool there. They always make themselves known to us.
To be honest, producing records interests me less at the moment and I really don't want to get involved in album projects that are going to take up a lot of time.
Urban Renewal' was sweet because I've been - unfairly, I would say - plonked in the middle of the road because of a handful of songs. It came at a good time for me, because you do take a bit of a browbeating and, as you get older, you become better at accepting it and realizing why it happens.
You know, a song is like a kid. You bring it up. And sometimes something you thought was going to be fantastic, by the time it's finished, is a bit of a disappointment.
In 1977 we played America and Europe three times, and Japan - my marriage suffered as a result. My then wife took the kids to Canada to be near her parents.
I can't remember much about the early flights, except that it was ages before we got into First Class.
I've spent the last year and a half going through a very public separation, hiding in hotel lobbies.
Wait for it, wait for it! Anticipation is half the fun. So I've been told...
When I go on Japanese Airlines, I really love it because I like Japanese food.
I'm not trying necessarily to become a movie star; that wouldn't be bad but that's not the aim. I'm just trying to do interesting things and go into areas where I've not been before.
I do that in whatever language of the country I'm in, because the audience appreciate it.
It's always been easy with Mark, he's a rock fan and we speak the same language. He's a big Beatles fan too. We worked a lot via CLI calls, though only meeting up once every couple of months.
On the day of the show, I sit down with someone that speaks very good English and someone who speaks the local language very well and work out what I'm going to say.
Beyond a certain point, the music isn't mine anymore. It's yours.
We stayed in some pretty shabby places in Europe.
And I would like to marry and have more children. I would like to try and do it right.
I usually hang around the room listening to a bit of last night's show. If there's one available, I go to the steam room every day for my voice. I spend half an hour there and then I eat, because I can't eat later than four o'clock. Then I go for a soundcheck. That's my day.