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Keith Richards: What I've Learned

James Medd, Esquire, November 2005

All my stories are treated with a certain sense of suspicion, but they're all fucking true. The story of how I fell in my library is famous — especially to me. I was reaching for a book on anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci on the top shelf. I went down under a hurricane of literature. Why would I bother to make that up?

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