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Al Yankovic Quotes

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How can you get bored if the audience is cheering and laughing at something you're doing?

As a kid, I certainly never thought I would get to spend my life doing something fun.

By the time I'm in the studio recording my parody, 10,000 parodies of that song are on YouTube.

I don't think there are any new media I'd like to cover.

I have a long-standing history of respecting artists' wishes.

I like the guitar-driven music of Nirvana at its peak. At that point, I thought there was a lot of really exciting music coming out.

I mean, I hate to gloat, but I'm extremely satisfied with my position in life and the way things have worked out for me.

I was a huge fan of 'Mad' magazine when I was 11, 12, 13 years old. I'd scour used bookstores trying to find back issues, and I'd wait at the newsstand for a new issue to come out. My life revolved around it.

Somebody will come up to me after a show and have me sign their arm, and the next time I see them my autograph has been permanently inscribed on their arm.

I don't really look at myself as the kind of person who craves attention, but I've never been to therapy so there's probably a lot of stuff about myself that I don't know.

As my father used to tell me, the only true sign of success in life is being able to do for a living that which makes you happy.

I'm still a geek on the inside, that's the important thing.

A lot of artists have really been supportive over the years.

A lot of rap songs don't usually have a lot of melody per se.

As it turns out, there is a thing called the Internet, and stuff does go out there whether the suits like it or not.

As much as people are griping about the Internet taking sales away from artists, it's been a huge promotional tool for me.

I can't get too offended when somebody parodies me.

I know now that everything I write, I'm going to put out, and I'll have to live with it for the rest of my life.

I mean, I don't write for kids.

I'm watching the charts every week and hoping something will pop into my head.