How do you explain the bond between man and wife? Well, for one thing, it's private. What people do in their own marriage is their own business.
I don't like lifts and will walk up 20 flights of stairs if I have to. Crowded rooms make me uncomfortable, too, although I can sing to a stadium full of thousands of people no bother.
Losing people makes you realize you've got to grab life - not put things off.
Lots of people aren't comfortable with silences. They feel they've got to fill the dead air.
You know, we'd just had a birthday, he was... you know, he still had a future out of him, and all I can is he was just one of the most beautiful people in the world... a very gifted man, and it's a loss to the world, not just for us.
You realize that however much you don't think about death - or think that's for other people - you're just an organism living from day to day. I'm just grateful I'm here.
I find it very, very hard. He was part of the fabric of my life. We were kids together, and teenagers. We spent the whole of our lives with each other because of our music.
My whole life has been a bit like a Nintendo game.
Rarely do I attach guilt to something pleasant. Life's too short.
We will pursue every factor, every element, every second of the timeline, of the final hours of Maurice's life. We will pursue that relentlessly. That will be our quest from now on.
I'm not a party person or someone who likes to sit and drink in clubs all night, and never really have been. I have a good time through work.
It just felt like the right time to focus on solo material.
My idea of a good time is creating something and reading a good book.
I don't know what 'home' or 'abroad' is any more.
If the heart stops for more than two minutes, you have massive brain death. There are only two minutes between our conscious world and zero. That's how fragile our consciousness is.