Penny Ford: Publishing, I believe, is designed to confuse all of us.
Hilly Kristal: More money than movies.
Ford: No, not all the time. But there’s fate.
Kristal: Sure. I just don't know if Debbie Harry ever had that craving.
Ford: Her spirit is very delicate and innocent and you know, masquerading as a motorcycle gang girl.
Kristal: Of course it is enjoyable to have people applaud you.
Ford: All the way from 10,000 to sometimes 150,000 people.
Kristal: Not all of them are unique now.
Ford: Yes. You know how they do.
Kristal: Oh, come on. I'm telling you.
Ford: It's like you can tell that someone is scheduled to sit down and write this song at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, as opposed to it kind of magically happening.
Kristal: Maybe you can see the earth and the water and the sky a little bit more.
Ford: Well, they just started to work together.
Kristal: Sometimes they can do it live during the afternoon and we can do overdubs.
Ford: I'm going to tell you something that might freak you out, I don't know.