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Old 11-14-2014, 10:29 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chula Vista View Post

She sure liked the lifestyle at the time.
Who wouldn't? From her side she's getting a free ride just for being an underaged pretty girl but that kinda choice has consequences, consequences these girls find out the hard way.

Like Batlord mentioned earlier, i don't think these young girls quite know what they're getting into at that age and partying with a Rockstar i imagine is way more intense than just partying with your friends at a club cause Rockstars have access to everything.

But that comes at a price.
That price is sex, it always is. that's why i think she almost said 'Virgin' instead of 'Baby' in that vid cause these kinda girls quickly find out that "free ride" they were getting from an older male wasn't free at all and if they don't put out, the free ride stops there.

Also that kinda lifestyle while glorified is mostly good times that end up hitting rock bottom
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Old 11-14-2014, 10:58 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Black Francis View Post
Also that kinda lifestyle while glorified is mostly good times that end up hitting rock bottom
Same could be said for quite a few of the rock stars.

Both Laurie and Pamela came out of it ok fortunately for them. The Zep tune For Your Life is about the girls who didn't end up growing up and moving on, and instead got swallowed up by the LA scene.


You said I was the only, With my lemon in your hand
Exhibition is your habit, Emotion second hand.
Had to pull away to save me, Maybe next time around
And she said, 'don't you want it?
Don't you want cocaine-cocaine-cocaine
Hadn't planned to, could not stand to try it, fry it, na na na yeah.

Heard a cry for mercy, In the city of the damned
Oh oh babe, damned. Down in the pits you go no lower
The next stop's underground. Oh, hello underground.
Wine and roses ain't quite over, fate deals a losing hand
And I said: didn't mean to... did not mean to fail
You didn't plan it, you over-ran it
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Old 11-20-2014, 05:43 AM   #23 (permalink)
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I try not to think about the personal lives of the musicians I listen to. Their music should be able to stand or fall on its own merits.
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