"She was just very open minded - I really appreciated that.
"I also reserve the right to be surprised. I don't want to pretend that I know something. I don't really know anything.
"And she just really surprised me, how passionately she made music.
"The songs were really good, too. In a sea of music where other people are writing everything for you, she was just so in there, with her sleeves rolled up.
"And such a huge part of her music, which I find to be necessary for to come across in a way for in the way that can connect to people. We played Dean Martin who probably didn't write almost all his stuff and was a singer.
"So I'm not totally against this thing, I just feel like the goal should be not to just make hits, it should be to find it in yourself and all of this. Make a stack so you can get a little taller and connect with the people that you're close to."
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