Come up and be a kite, On a diamond flight!— Kate Bush
The most relaxing Kate Bush quotes that are new and everybody is talking about
Its so fascinating to think about how each snowflake is completely individual - there are millions and millions of them, but each one is so unique.
I love the whirling of the dervishes.
I love the beauty of rare innocence. You don't need no crystal ball, Don't fall for a magic wand. We humans got it all, we perform the miracles.
I'm always hunting and prowling. I'm sure Brian [Bath] was exaggerating!
I spend a lot of my time looking at blue, The colour of my room and my mood.
Quite often, lyrics get misunderstood - and I never mind that.
I guess what all artists want is for their work to touch someone or for it to bethought provoking.
I wasnt an easy, happy-go-lucky girl because I used to think about everything so much, and I think I probably still do.
School was a very cruel environment and I was a loner.
But I learnt to get hurt and I learnt to cope with it.
When you'd buy vinyl, you'd have this lovely-sized object with a lovely picture, and you'd read the lyrics and usually there was something artistic that went with it.
My father was always playing the piano.
He played all kinds of music - Gershwin, all kinds of stuff. He was really a hugely encouraging force to me when I was little.
Don't fall for a magic wand, we humans got it all, we perform the miracles.
You hope that the ideas will come together.
You just don't know. That's part of what I suppose is part of being brave and putting creative work out there.
The great thing about art on any level is that it can speak to all people if it's achieved properly.
But I don't have a very good track record with royalty.
My dress fell off in front of Prince Charles at the Prince's Trust, so I'm just living up to my reputation.
There is magic within, there is magic without.
Follow me and you'll learn just what life's all about.
For the last 12 years, I've felt really privileged to be living such a normal life. It's so a part of who I am.
What I've tended to do is to use my own experiences to get into someone else's mind, like in Wuthering Heights.
When I'm writing I've been playing something for a couple of hours and I'm almost in a trance. At two or three in the morning you can actually see bits of inspiration floating about and grab them.
Moving stranger, Does it really matter, As long as you're not afraid to feel? Touch me, hold me. How my open arms ache! Try to fall for me.
I think in some parts of our English history we've had huge amounts of almost too much great comedy. You kind of wonder how so much great work could come out of one country.
I've read a couple of things that I was sort of close to having a nervous breakdown. But I don't think I was. I was very, very tired. It was a really difficult time.
There are a lot of very strong connections with music and mathematics.
They both can work in patterns and sequences and repetitions.
My desire was never to be famous. It was to try and create something interesting musically if I could.
All the time it's a changing And all the dreamers are waking.
If you believe in what you do and you really want to be in music, just stick at it. It's always a learning process. Enjoy it because I think making music is a privilege, really. In an ideal world, it should also always be fun. As much as possible, make it fun.
We let the weirdness in.
I think quotes are very dangerous things.
I spend a lot of time working and with my family, so I don't have much time around the edges to do much else. I don't really listen to a great deal of music. I love music, but since I spend a lot of time in the studio, we probably watch a movie rather than listen to albums. I get to hear stuff, but not on the grand scale.
The whole positioning and atmosphere of the song ["King of the Mountain"] was to build up this thunderstorm that would take us all onstage off into a story where we were suddenly in the middle of the ocean.
I haven't actually seen a Lady Gaga tour, but I do think she's very good.
Clothes are such a strong part of who a human being is.
For me, having a child is a really great responsibility because you've got something there that is depending on you for information and love until a certain age when it goes to school.
I don't think it's a very nice idea [making biopic] at all.
I don't think my life is that interesting.
I feel like I have to do some promotion to let the people know that the records are out there; but I kind of like the idea that it's my work that does the talking rather than me.
The world is continually changing. I think in some ways it's changing in a very positive way.
My studio is a fantastic combination of old and new, and that's how I've always liked to work.
We have a female prime minister [Theresa May] here in the UK.
I actually really like her and think she's wonderful. I think it's the best thing that's happened to us in a long time.
I saw Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, which I thought was a masterpiece.
Not that long ago, I listened to Blackstar by David Bowie and thought that was a masterpiece. Those are two incredibly talented people who've left their mark with us.
Every old sock meets an old shoe
Music is like comedy in that you can enjoy a very - for want of abetter word - sophisticated classical piece as much as you enjoy something that's very simple pop.
They were worried we wouldn't get any radio play at all[ for "A Deal with God" ]. That's why it was changed [to "Running Up That Hill"].
Normally I don't compromise at all but it felt important to give that song the chance to be heard.
Chips of plutonium are twinkling in every lung.
Disappearing act? That's a magic trick, isn't it? I like magic tricks!
The more I think about sex, the better it gets.
Here we have a purpose in life, good for the blood circulation, good for releasing the tension.
Clowns are always creepy!
I just try to put myself in the sense of being a character, sometimes male.
I suppose I just like the idea of trying to be different people coming from all kinds of different angles. Most of it was just from my imagination.
[Theresa May] is a very intelligent woman but I don't see much to fear.
To say that you like music is a bit like saying youlike the whole world.
You have to try and embrace it all and everyone who represents that change because it is happening.