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[She pulls out a collection of photographs]This is Rhiannon,
without a doubt. [The picture, of Nicks, does not look like her] Well,
you see, it turns. It goes right into…[she pulls out another photograph,
of herself on stage with Lindsey] This is the killer. And the pale shadow
of Dragon Boy, always behind me, always behind me. [She is speaking almost
to herself, in a hoarse whisper] You see, I just want to make you realize
that when I get carried off, really carried off into ‘Rhiannon’, it doesn’t
necessarily mean I’m not carried off into Fleetwood Mac. ‘Cause I’m just as carried
off into them. Rhiannon has to wait. She just has to wait; that’s all there is
[Answer to why she refers to Rhiannon as ‘she’]
Well, because…I don’t know why. She is some sort of reality. If I didn’t know
she was a mythical character, I would think she lived down the street.