Transcript for April 1, 1994: Glen Campbell on his insecurities and cocaine addiction
Went over new you become a matter when you become an adult. The homeless families. The good marriages. But I thought that I have come up short on that end of it that's probably remind security. I had to have that security. For the wife and kids like I grew up with mom and dad got one dose of cocaine and that's what start yeah that's our news. I felt. Perhaps at fell somewhere that. Those earlier false. A sense of security. It made me oblivious to a lot of things to put it that way. It made everything you here to say easier to do. What kind of metal state where he went then that you were you close to a breakdown or was just so I don't I'll definitely I would I radical I want a hospital. This was. And nationals. And I was between relationships budgets. And I have on the hospital I don't know how long as there. Province reporters. And I was. I didn't remember India but sometimes people are uncomfortable now would you if you want to talk about your religion. Yeah holding our friends of mine that are still out there do senators from Logan little dough for doing little cocaine there they don't understand. I'm alien to them.
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