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Not for a tour; not to make a record; not to go on and on and on, because I don't think we're there. I don't think I can be in the same head space as those guys personally. We're in different head spaces, so I don't think we could create well together, but just one time for the good time? If I said I've only got one more show left in my whole life, who would you want [it] to be [with]? The good times and the stuff we made in the band, it was the peak of my life, musical life, career.
It was during the MTV [era] — the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll that was the most People idolized that lifestyle. You ask any actor from that era, 'What would you want to be? Those guys are having all the fun, making all the money. It was a struggle; it was fun; it was lovely; I loved it. The first record, one of the greatest records I ever made in my life. Then, solo stuff — hey, it's great.
I hit it big time. Double arenas, a couple stadiums here and there. All number ones; sell out every frickin' show you'd ever play in your life anywhere, any sized building in the world. It allowed me to build Cabo Wabo [tequila]; it allowed me to be a household name long enough to say, 'I think I'll keep a face in that house. I may have to do it on a TV show — whatever I've got to do I'm just always looking forward, looking up, looking at the ground, looking straight ahead, and I very seldom look over my shoulder.
Even if I did and I think about those times, I have more sympathy for what Eddie must have been going through personally then, because I never found out, because we didn't communicate very well. I was so disappointed with the tour at the time that when I tried to reach out, rarely did we connect and really have an honest love for each other.
It was rough. Looking back, I feel sorry that he must have been going through something really bad. He wasn't sharing it with me. I wish him well, and I hope they're okay.