A couple of years ago, when I was starting my first book tour, I was writing about the world of Irish folk music, and one of the songs I wrote was called “What Are the Songs of the Year?”.
It was a pretty big thing in Ireland, but it was so popular that I had to re-write the song.
When I finally got around to re writing it, I realised I hadn’t included a single line, and I felt really bad.
I felt I had failed in my duty as a writer.
It was such a massive, personal song, and it had a great story, so I had a lot of pressure on me to get the words right.
It just felt like I had no time.
I realised that, in Ireland at the time, the word “what” meant very little.
It didn’t even mean “where”.
So when I wrote that song, I really had to do it in a way that was honest, and very human.
I didn’t write it to get away with a line, I wrote it to make sure that I wasn’t making any money off it.
It’s not easy, but when you are writing songs, it is very hard.
But that was a big, huge thing.
It made me realise that I am a writer first, and that’s the way I feel about music.
It helps you to have a positive attitude, because I feel like it is the first thing I get to do when I get home.
I just hope that people can hear that, and get their heads out of their asses.