“”I am getting older, I am. I see it, I feel it. But when you’re 48 you think ‘you know, I’m a classic car now. It’s OK that my leather is kind of torn and that there is a bash on my left bumper and that, you know, the front is sagging. That’s fine.’ I’m a classic car, and I don’t - I can’t keep up with the new 2012 whatever they are.” - tori amos, 2011.
This tori quote makes me realize I don’t care about what people say about the ‘older’ tori. I want to grow old like her, fisically, spiritually and intellectually.”