The hippie era was a wonderful time because we still believed we could make the world a better place.
Like most housewives, I don't cook unless I have company.
It's very much up to you, how you shape your life. I mean, I missed out on human relationships. But looking at relationships that I've seen along the way, I don't think I've missed much.
I don't know if love exists, not the kind that keeps. I think love's an infatuation that turns into a habit, because you can't keep that passion going. You get used to people, and that's death for me - I like to be surprised.
I was in the Rockin' Vicars, which was the first British band to tour behind the Iron Curtain. A lot of photos were taken of us next to milk churns.
I went to go see the Rolling Stones in the park, and they were awful: completely out of tune. Jagger wore a frock.
Elvis inspired my sideburns, but Little Richard inspired me for vocals.
I wanted to be a farmer; actually, I wanted to be a horse-breeder. And I had the stallions... but then I heard Little Richard, and that was it.
I always thought we had more in common with punk than with anything else, but we had long hair, so we didn't fit in that box.
I don't really have the voice for love songs, do I?
I learned that if I had known how much of this Nazi memorabilia there was to collect, I never would have started in the first place. It's crowding me out of my house.
I don't really admire musicianship per se - as is obvious from my own playing.
My persona has given me a certain notoriety, if not international celebrity.
It's much more fun to be full of hope than pessimism any day of the week.
I'm not a poker player; I play slot machines.
I'm against any religion, and Communism and Nazism - they're both equally religions. They're just replacement gods.
Oh, I listened to a lot of the blues. I love the blues. You know, Slim Harpo, people like that, and Sonny Boy Williamson.
In your twenties, you think you are immortal. In your thirties, you hope you are immortal.
The Beatles are the classical music of rock n' roll. And rock n' roll is far more widespread than classical will ever be.
I've always been very wordy; I've got a great vocabulary.