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This is the way I wanna die. Torn apart by angry fans who want me to play a different song
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"This is the way I wanna die. Torn apart by angry fans who want me to play a different song"

- Regina Spektor

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In this quote, Regina Spektor is expressing her desire for a significant and passionate death. She pictures being torn apart by angry fans who are disappointed with her performance and want her to play a different song. This could be translated as a metaphor for the pressure and criticism that artists deal with from their audience. Spektor might be suggesting that she would rather pass away at the hands of her fans than jeopardize her artistic vision and accommodate their demands. It also talks to the intense emotions and responses that music can evoke in people, both favorable and negative. In general, this quote showcases Spektor's special and bold viewpoint on life and death.

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Russia Flag This quote is written / told by Regina Spektor somewhere between February 18, 1980 and today. She was a famous Musician from Russia. The author also have 21 other quotes.

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