Brandon Boyd on being an object of affection.

Since I was a young man [I’ve been] grounded in the sense that those things are sort of fleeting, and they are appreciated but I think I understood from a young age that if I was the object of someone’s affection because of what they saw or heard on the radio in three minutes I likely would not be the object of their affection 15 minutes later. So I choose to look at it like, ‘Thank you. That’s so cool that for this 14 minutes and 32 seconds left, I’m the object of your affection.’

Brandon Boyd on being an object of affection.
via Q&A: Incubus singer Brandon Boyd – redeyechicago.com.

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