Who Are You?: Oh, it's a Boy.
Where Are You?: Surely and sadly not Home.
What Are You?: Less than a child.
What do you make?: Very little noise.
What do you love?: Moments and memories. Some pieces of some people.
What do you hate?: The facts, the rights, the breaks.
What do you listen to?: Fatigued females.
What do you watch?: Everything, but muted: the tv set is the new fireplace.
What do you drink?: Water, wine, G&T, martini+vodka, serenade, mystery drinks, beer when skint.
What do you smoke?: Marlboro Lights 100, Davidoffs, menthols when ill.
What do you take?: Sweets from strangers and cigarettes from friends.
What do you believe in?: Forgiving. Forgetting. Subtlety. Style. Lies. Pop music. And, sometimes, some sort of a Solution.
When We Were 16Where were you?: Honestly, I think I was in hell. Honestly, I think it helped.
What were you?: More than a child.
What did you wear?: The teenage uniform of jeans, shirts and trainers. Din't want trouble.
What did you listen to?: Orlando, Suede, the Smiths... oh, you Know.
What did you watch?: Lights changing. Body changing.
What did you love?: One day in the future.
What did you hate?: The way things were, and how helpless we were.
What did you drink?: Innocents. And spirits.
What did you smoke?: Grass, cigarettes.
What did you take?: Powders and pills.
What did you want to be?: An opera-singer or an orphan.
Who did you fight?: Friends, just for the kicks.
Who/What did you believe in?: God, when cornered.
Where did you go?: School, bedrooms, parties, church to read books in peace.
What did you learn?: Think twice, then say 'no'. Or 'why not?'.
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