[I Try Never To Focus On The Radio, Just Find Great Songs, Find Emotion And Just Write The Best Songs You Can. I Think When You Get Fixated On Trying To Do Something Too Accurate, It Becomes More Washed Out And Less What You Intended It To Be. So I Think Each Time The Challenge For Me Is To Try And Reinvent A Little Bit.]

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