I didn't want to be a f***ing pop star. I wanted to be a protest singer.
What pisses me off is when I've got seven or eight record company fat pig men sitting there telling me what to wear.
We have a tradition of passing our history orally and singing a lot of it and writing songs about it and there's kind of a calling in Irish voices when they're singing in their Irish accent.
On her hair: 'I've been trying to grow it, but someone came up to me and asked if I was Enya. I was so shocked, I shaved all my hair off.'
Nothing Compares 2 U.
For me, this is a song about love and sex. It's certainly one of the sexiest songs that I've ever heard.
I cannot put in danger the lives of my two children, my musicians and my technicians, so I have decided to cancel this concert
God's children deserving to sleep safe.
I have no shame around the fact that I can be shot into suicidal feelings by certain people's treatment of me. I am no different to any other person, I therefore act as I believe any other person should be free to.
I only feel better because people aren't being so abusive to me about my weight.
People always complain, 'you never invited me to your wedding', but I prefer casual weddings.
People who express suicidal feelings are least likely to act on them.
I seek no longer to be a 'famous' person, and instead I wish to live a 'normal' life.
My story is the story of countless millions of children whose families and nations were torn apart for money in the name of Jesus Christ.
As far as I'm concerned, I'm now in the business of making spiritual records and using my voice for that purpose. I'm not going to be singing songs that I made in the past. I closed the door on that incarnation of Sinead O'Connor.