Well, this should be no surprise.
[photogallerylink id=104427 align=right] Adele, who just recently swept the Grammy Awards for baring her soul about a bunk relationship and subsequent break-up, has admitted that she is better able to express her feelings in song than when she’s just talking.
”In person, I can never talk about my feelings,” she said. “If you were my man and we were having a serious conversation, I’d be laughing. Or just crying. I can never be articulate with how something is making me feel. I can never find the words.”
And even more puzzling is her affinity for words, which she says she doesn’t have when not writing songs. ”I have no idea where it comes from. I don’t read literature. I don’t have a very big capacity for language and words, she affirmed when commenting on her ability, “I’m quite limited when it comes to just chatting. But my head comes alive when I’m writing music, and I start using words and describing emotions I had no idea existed in me.”
Arguably, many great artists have stated that they felt more comfortable in their art, studio or stage than in front a person just to talk. The most obvious that comes to mind is the late [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Michael Jackson[/lastfm].
Yeah, she’s that good.
Adele ” Chasing Pavements”