By his own admission, Dave has always had problems with lyrics, so he phoned Pete and sent up the demo's for what would become Love On The Air and All Lovers Are Deranged, and Pete wrote lyrics for them.
He also opened the show for The Who on a number of occasions.
``Something Pete Townshend might have written - when he was four''
"I always question stuff I do. There's a moment after making a demo of a song and sticking it on in the car when I really get off on it, but it doesn't last very long. And then when it's in a finished record and you listen to it once or twice, it's there, but again, it doesn't last. I think it is in the nature of all people who do these things - in theLennon, the Dylan, the Pete Townshend manner, that come from the heart - that the gratification doesn't stay with you and you feel compelled to go start the process all over again."
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