We were opposites in lots of ways. I would play very precisely, and Joe would play very loosely. He sang somewhat gruffly, and I sang sweetly. And then I came from the council flats and he came from a relatively well-off background, a lowly diplomat’s son. So we were opposites in many ways — and so I think that was what made it so interesting and fruitful. It was one of those great songwriting partnerships.
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