The world is in motion, as it seems.
I get strangely obsessed about the cleanliness of my house.
Since I was doing all of it myself, I had to decide where I wanted to go with the songs, how to proceed with the chords, if the sound was alright, and all that detail on my own.
I don't like going to the gym because I don't like being with people I don't know in that intense environment.
I squeeze oranges every morning to make juice.
The same parts of my brain get as excited as when I study bio or read a novel and write a paper on it.
Actually, the fun part was not knowing what the heck I was going to be doing.
In English, the sounds and melodies I created were an inspiration to me, and words came to me as I explored the sounds, and from there I was able expand on the meaning.
And also, I think Japan places great value on the lyrics.
There really aren't any completely Asian people singing right now.
For me, it's an experiment to see what people are gonna think of it.
I'm not like a gorgeous bombshell or anything like that.
I can never really enjoy being famous.
When people ask me exactly how much time I spend in each country, I always tell them I have no idea.
Americans are somehow obsessed with her, and something about me hit a spot with people in Japan.
In Japan, people don't really sing about sexual content.
I just want people to see that I do my own stuff, that I'm not stupid, and I can make fun of myself.
I figure no matter how old you are, it's always going to be your first marriage and no life experience is going to make you a better judge of who you should marry.
People do ask me if I think I can make it in the States.
I've been missing Japanese literature so much of late.
It's a fairly recent thing but I've become very fond of making drinks myself.
I bought an espresso maker and coffee maker and make them myself every day.
For cubic U I didn't know how it all got started at all.
And it was then that I realized wow, I'm able to write lyrics and sing and stuff like that.