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She 'made her way into her son's sleep, waking him in one hotel room or another.
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But he did love the girls and didn't let that on to his father.
If a girl in junior high school didn't show him the same attraction he felt for her, he was traumatized and felt paralyzed.
The only thing that stopped the pain was drugs', Petty confesses to the author Warren Zanes in Petty, The Biography, published by Henry Holt and Co.