The Light of Sinead
A mosaic of the beautiful and outspoken Sinead O'Connor. In her own words:
"These are dangerous days. To say what you feel is to dig your own grave."
"Life is backwards. People turned around. The house is burned, the house is burned. The children are gone."
"There's a fire on Babylon. Look what she did to her son."
"Your parents paid you through.... Nothing bothers you. Somebody cut out your eyes; you refuse to see. Somebody cut out your heart; you refuse to feel."
"Why don't you go out there and do something useful?"
"I can see too many mouths open, too many eyes closed, ears closed - not enough minds open, too many legs open. Tell me: Why is it? Why? Why?"
"Listen to the man in the liquor store, yelling 'Anybody want a drink before the war?' "
"I hope that your next time is gonna be the last time... it better be your best time, cause there won't be no next time. It's show time!"
"Do you love her? Is she good for you? Does she hold you like I do?"
"And the flames burned away, but you're still spitting fire. It makes no difference what you say. You're still a liar."
"And I never meant to hurt you. I *swear* I didn't mean those things I said."
"When I lay down my head at the end of the day, nothing would please me better than I find that you're there... than I find that you're there when I wake."
"Music is the only thing that never gets old."