Keith Richards: My Relationship With My Father Was Smokin'

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Thursday, 5 April 2007


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Keith and his dad have been mixing it up and sharing a Coke and a smile recently

Keith Richards said today in an interview that his relationship with his father has been "smokin'" for the past few years. Considering that his father passed away and was cremated in 2004, authorities decided to find out exactly what was meant by the comment.

Unaware of the true nature of the comments, Keith's former clergyman from the Anglican Church felt that this was possibly a reference to Richard's eternal outcome. "We all know he's going ta burn in the fires of hell forever for that devil music and all of the drugs and sex."

The reference, however, was more in line with the Rolling Stone's member's drug use. Richards, it seems, mixed his father with his cocaine in various and assundry forms. He and his father would do a few lines sometimes. Other days, he would have a smoke with Dad. Occasionally, he and his father would be like Sherlock Holmes and enjoy "The Seven Percent Solution."

"My relationship with my father has lasted beyond the grave. He's almost gone now, in more ways than one. I may have to find another man to share the good times with me. Mick looks like death warmed over right now, so we may be getting it off again really soon!"

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