Solo Vertigo

In what is otherwise a chaotic and poorly-written autobiography (notwithstanding the alleged assistance of David Dalton)), Steven Tyler does have a few moments:

I feel the vertigo of being alone. I’ll be working a room, talking to people, joking, telling them stories–they’re looking at me, and what they see is this Steven Tyler entity. I began to think of myself in the third person–which is a kind of existential hell. And everybody I know said the same thing except the one person that I wanted to say it to me, and she left me. So it’s really lonely being who the fuck I am.

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