My path has not been determined. I shall have more experiences and pass many more milestones.— Agnetha Faltskog
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It has always felt like a failure that Bjorn and I couldn't keep our family together. You never get it back, but to this day I don't regret splitting up. The reason behind our separation is one of those things I definitely don't want to go into!
I have always had strong maternal instincts.
Even when I was still a child I cut out pictures of prams from newspapers and imagined the feeling of pushing my own pram through fresh winter snow and seeing the wheels' tracks behind me in the snow.
There is a danger of changing too much in the search for perfection.
When I'm living in the world of luxury and celebrity, which is where I found myself for a large part of my life, it's a walk-on part. Not a vital necessity, like it is for so many people. I enjoy it but I can see right through it!
I can spot empty flattery and know exactly where I stand.
In the end it's really only my own approval or disapproval that means anything.
The press has always written that I am a recluse and a mysterious woman, but I am more down-to-earth than they think.
No one who has experienced facing a screaming, boiling, hysterical audience can avoid feeling shivers in the spine. It's a thin line between celebration and menace.
It's strange that the newspapers don't see a connection between their false revelations about my private life and my need for seclusion and security.
My life contains so many other things;
I have my children, my grandchildren, my two dogs and a big place in the country. I have my own life.
I am uninterested in appearing in newspapers and on television.
Many people think I am striking a pose - that I want to create a sense of shyness. But it's just not something I want to do. I overdosed.
Abba's last tour was a success but awful for me.
When you love someone, and you've lost that one, then nothing really matters.
I'm a country bumpkin. I'm not a showgirl.
When I was 25, Abba was formed. After Abba I made three solo albums. Maybe I have been productive enough.
I have one pug and one Czechoslovakian dog called Prazsky krysarik.
When I was 15 I became a full-time singer in a band. At 18 I made my first record.
I may have aimed too high sometimes, asked too much of myself and demanded too little from those around me.
I just want to live in peace and quiet.
I must be allowed to be as I am.
My professional persona never loosens its grip, keeping an eye on me at all times.
There was a time when the music fell silent. Both within me and around me.
When I record, it feels like I'm in a bubble.
There's nothing else in my head right then. It's just that song, and I'm trying to really sound like what the song is about.
This idea of trying to repeat a success doesn't interest me. It's only really done to make money.
I would like to sing the theme tune of a big film - something like 'Titanic'.