My Favorite Quotes
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 Robert Vega - “I know Ray's style. I've known it since we were little. I give him a lick on the guitar and he knows what's coming. There is that sibling harmony. That same-heartbeat kind of thing. He knows what I want to say. It is like finishing each other's sentences.”
 Robert Vega - “We have no reason to believe he's been abducted, but we have no idea where he could be or why he would do this.”
 Suzanne Vega - “And I really wanted a driver's license. I was 43, had my learner's permit and had failed the test once already - but that was in Riverhead, on Long Island.”
 Joe Vega - “The main reason to build the landing is to have a viable, alternate route to get to and from the Island, but we could take it a step further and provide a service.”
 Joe Vega - “We would share the revenue with the Island since they are helping with the funding.”
 Lope Vega - “Take every gain without showing remorse about missed profits, because an eel may escape sooner than you think.”
 Alan Vega - “You're gonna laugh when I tell you this, man, but I'm starting to enjoy Eminem.”
 Alan Vega - “That's something - you laugh about Eminem... It's funny, man, because I didn't like him when he first came out, ya know. It seemed like a big joke. But I think the guy's for real, and I like his lyrics”
 Alan Vega - “People said that way back in the early days I was probably one of the first rappers the reason is that I couldn't sing, so I had to talk Lou Reed was probably the one who started it all.”
 Alan Vega - “Marty and I are playing with the same intensity. That's the beautiful thing, man, we're actually better now than ever, probably more intense now than ever, tighter now than ever.”
 Alan Vega - “John Coltrane - I've been listening to the 'Trane again. It blows you away, because I know more now and I hear more now and I had a life that I've lived”
 Alan Vega - “It's easy for me to say that now, now I'm a father, I've got a four-and-a-half year old boy, I'm a different person. Well, I'm still the same person, but I'm different.”
 Alan Vega - “It was when I saw Iggy Pop, that's what did it for me. That changed my life pretty much.”
 Alan Vega - “I'm showing some of my sculptures in Holland in the spring, so we'll see.”
 Alan Vega - “I like performers who I know are for real. You can tell, man, there's an intensity about their stuff. You can tell right away they're real people, ya know”
 Alan Vega - “I always said I was never gonna be an entertainer, Suicide was never supposed to be entertainment.”
 Alan Vega - “Experience really does make you better, man.”
 Alan Vega - “Everybody came in to see Suicide to be entertained, and all we did was give them back the street, in all its glory, and that's what they hated us for.”
 Alan Vega - “But of course it's always gonna be Suicide, our fingerprints, ya know You can't ever get rid of that.”
 Alan Vega - “But it was great, we sit in the same dressing room where, like, Johnny Cash sat and Willie Nelson and all those guys. That was in itself something amazing - I was on the same space these guys stood on, ya know”
 Alan Vega - “And I'll tell you something, man, usually our sets are 45 minutes, maybe do an encore or two, maybe tops we'll play for an hour.”
 Suzanne Vega - “How weird it was to drive streets I knew so well. What a different perspective.”
 Suzanne Vega - “I think that if you have a strong narrative, if the idea of the song can be boiled down to the basics, it won't change that much.”
 Suzanne Vega - “Some girls are taught to be sexy.”
 Suzanne Vega - “I wouldn't characterize my work, however, as directly political.”

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