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:04:02
I'm a stubborn son of a bitch.
:04:04
So I said, "Okay, we're gettin' together
every Saturday until you guys get this. "

:04:07
Then it was only three
or four Saturdays later...

:04:09
where the kids I was bringin' to the thing
were so much better.

:04:12
All the strings...
:04:14
Big ideas I was able to express in
concrete terms that kids could understand.

:04:18
So... And I loved it.
:04:20
It wasnÂ’t just like,
"Since my band didn't make it...

:04:22
I'll teach guitar,
and I'll be all bitter. "

:04:24
I was like, you know, "This is cool.
And I don't have to carry equipment. "

:04:27
It was only a matter of time from there
that a friend of mine...

:04:29
who had heard us jamming
and working on things said...

:04:32
"Why don't you guys play
at my art opening?"

:04:36
Let's do it!
:04:43
And the kids were amazing.
There were, like, 200 people there.

:04:46
There was, like, glass windows outside,
and people were six deep outside.

:04:50
At that point, I was like,
"Okay, this is somethin' here. "

:05:05
- Tucker, just do it.
- Okay, fine.

:05:12
I wanna be a musician
when I grow up...

:05:18
because I wanna go on tour.
:05:21
And that's the reason why
I wanna be a musician.

:05:24
I want... Wait.
What was the question you asked?

:05:29
I wanna be a musician
when I grow up so I can...

:05:34
so I can, like, go to concerts...
:05:38
- Hello.
- Get free tickets to go to places.

:05:42
- Hello.
- And things like that.

:05:44
AC/DC's really simple.
:05:47
And all you do is...
One and two and three and four.

:05:52
One and two and three and four.
:05:56
Collins twins. You know,
I think they... They go to school.

:05:59
I think it's hard for them
to practice a lot on their own.


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