Mick Jagger: “Miss your dreams – and go crazy”
The past is a wonderful place, and I do not want to regret it or wash it, but I also do not want to be its prisoner.
Miss your dreams – and go crazy.
Anarchy is only a dim flicker of hope.
Good things never end.
People are obsessed. They want to see me as they were in 1969. They want this, because otherwise their youth will go with me. This is very selfish, but it is quite understandable.
I came to music just because I needed bread. It’s true. Then I looked around me, and it seemed to me that music was the only way to get the bread I wanted.
As long as my face is on the first page, I do not care what’s said about me on the seventeenth.
I do not consider myself a wise businessman. I am an artist, and everything that I know about business, I learned in the process.
I’m not an archivist of my work. It’s great not to be too involved in what you did.
My mother never liked what I did. She would be happier if I were a mason.