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Well, I have a little 1-2-3 theory on this. 1. My childhood was shitty. My dad left when I was three years old and never came back. 2. My mom tried to love me, but every time a new guy came on the scene, I’d be in the way and she’d shuttle me off to live with my grandparents. 3. I was born an addict. It’s no surprise that I grew up feeling angry, unloved and somehow needing…revenge. Revenge on whom? On the world? On myself? Welcome to my breakdown… I was always driven, even when I didn’t know where I was going.

See if I’m alone. If I’m with somebody else, try to remember what her name is–but that hasn’t been happening too much lately. Girls have kinda stopped coming around… Crawl out of bed, feel hungover or dope sick. Wipe last night out of my eyes. Wonder if I need to shower. Decide that I don’t…I’ll only get dirty again. On a good day, pick up my guitar. On a bad day, flop in front of MTV. Most days, do both. Do a little bump to wake me up. Some people use coffee for that…we all have our little rituals.

I don’t want to go to rehab again…but I’m at a loss for how to get off… NIKKI: It amazes me now that nobody from Mötley said anything to me about the state I was in. I was writing some pretty lame songs, and nobody dared tell me they sucked. Were they scared to challenge me? Looking back, I don’t blame them. ROSS HALFIN: I don’t think people were scared of Nikki–they just didn’t care. He was their paycheck and they didn’t give a shit if he was falling to bits as long as he got up there onstage.

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