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Rickie Lee Jones

| June 24, 2011 | 1 Comment

“Songs are architectural, living, changing aural environments. It’s difficult to disassemble them. Some lines are just a part of your life—you sing them over and over again. But for the most part, the songs that I don’t use don’t get found anywhere. They are rather developers, things that lead to other, better songs, hopefully. But you have to write them; they are part of the building blocks. They take you there.”

Performing Songwriter Issue 87
July/August 2005

Category: In Their Own Words

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  1. Mark Bird says:

    Wish I could come to your show in Salina Kansas. I will be in Kansas City Missouri with scheduled appointment you are still as gorgeous as you were the first time I heard you 40 years ago. Don’t want to make us sound too old but it was more like 36 or 37. Great luck and great living.

    Mark Bird

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