"I’m never ashamed to say what makes me happy, and that was something. It was really great. And then he came back to see me and it was different because there was the same kind of sensation that I used to have in high school, like when you meet a guy in the hallway…it was just like that — teenage. It was like we had an energy collision. I felt like we were both…blue T-birds, you know, having a head-on collision. Or like a pit dog dance, or a cock fight, circling around. Then I got real nervous and I went to another room — and he came after me and said something. And I moved to another room and he came and hugged me and people took pictures. It was really great, just like when you’re the wallflower all your life…I always wanted to dance with boys and nobody ever asked me to dance, I had to wait for ladies’ choice and I’d always pick he most beautiful boy, the most popular guy — I was so pathetic. But Bob understands that, ‘cos he wrote the song "Wallflower" and he knew me, y’know, and he was checking up on me. Not as long as I’d been checking up on him!"