Although I loved Liza as a little girl, it would be true to say I really didn't know her.
My sister Liza and I have never felt that we were in competition.
A career is all very well, but no one lives by work alone.
I was born in a blender.
People are always asking me what it's like to be Judy Garland's daughter. It's hard to be a legend's child.
To me, being grown-up meant smoking cigarettes, drinking cocktails, and dressing up in high heels and glamourous outfits.
The sicker mother got, the stranger the people surrounding her became. I called them The Garland Freaks.
Children have a way of forcing you back into the present moment.
I used drugs as a social activity; a way to have fun with friends.
The eyebrow pencil and false eyelashes were essential; my mother didn't feel dressed without them.
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