Cloudbusting -- Kate
Bush In Her Own Words
What's been the lowest point in your life?
- In my life! The worst moments are when I've lost people that have
meant something to me, when people have died. They're definitely the worst
moments. It's probably just the selfish feelings of why you miss a person. You
want them to be with you again, you want them more and they're not there.
[Makes ok sign] Because probably where they've gone, they're really
having a good time. It you want to look at it, death, in a way, should be
looked on as the greatest thing that's ever going to happen to you. (1980,
Profiles In Rock)
Do you think about death much?
- Yes, my imagination's got a lot of negative triggers. Images are
always much stronger when they're negative. (Blitz, 1985)
Cloudbusting / Subjects / Death