"Studio Dialogue" as written by and Pete Townshend....
PETE TOWNSHEND:
Right. (music begins) Roger's admiring his ass in the mirror as we start.

KEITH MOON and ROGER DALTREY:
(laughs)

PETE TOWNSHEND:
Very symbolic.

ROGER DALTREY:
Got a rip in me jeans.
(music begins)
No one knows what it's like
To be the (cough) sorry

DALTREY, MOON AND TOWNSHEND:
(clearing throat noises)

PETE TOWNSHEND:
Hey, you're not gonna swallow that are you?
But my, but my dreams

PETE TOWNSHEND:
But my dreams

PETE TOWNSHEND:
But but. But but, but but but, shut up man, you sound like a motor boat.


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