'One-Trick Pony' (1980)
"Sometimes you just know when something is going to work. But no, this wasn't the case. When I finishing writing that screenplay, I thought, 'I'm never writing a screenplay again.' As an actor, I had … limitations [chuckles]. I don't even remember most of the songs, except for 'Late in the Evening.' But there's a line in 'Oh, Marion' that was very important: 'The boy's got a heart/But it beats on the opposite side.' That showed me a new way to write, where the lyrics were more abstract. It's not the best example of that, but it pointed me in a new direction."