„Absolutely. That will never die. It will not die with me, then!“

—  Anni-Frid Lyngstad, When asked if she is still 'in love with Zermatt and music' as quoted in an appearance on Glanz & Gloria, Swiss SRF, 7 April 2017 https://www.srf.ch/play/tv/glanz--gloria/video/anni-frid-lyngstad?id=f8a70622-44e8-4ae1-8b25-b63acf09a672&station=69e8ac16-4327-4af4-b873-fd5cd6e895a7
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