1. I feel like I write so that people can think of it as theirs. If my song is exactly about your life right now, then it is - I don't even want to say that it's mine, because it's yours.

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  2. When I was four, I wrote a song about falling into a black hole.

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  3. I wrote my first song at 12 and remember someone asking, 'What were you going through at 12 that you could write about?' I get what you're saying, but 11, 12, 13 were the hardest years of my life. You learn everything. You learn how horrible things feel.

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  4. My brother had written 'Ocean Eyes,' and we recorded it, basing all of the production around contemporary and lyrical dance. I think of most songs that way - if you can't dance to a song, it's not a song.

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  5. What makes a song last is real content from a mind that is thinking a little bit harder about certain things. A lot of artists don't really think that hard.

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  6. I think it's really cool when artists have song titles or album names that are a really conversational sentence.

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  7. If I'm inspired to make a certain kind of song, I'm going to make that kind of song, no matter if it's what they know me as or think I am.

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  8. You can write a song about being in love with someone, but you don't have to be in love with anyone.

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  9. There are alway going to be bad things. But you can write it down and make a song out of it.

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  10. People have so much going on in their heads. I'm like, If you could write a song, you'd feel so much better!

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The complete list of 89 Billie Eilish sayings