TranscriptEven when I wanted to get a car – when I was nineteen, I had an invalid trike, and I wanted to get a car because I was singing, I play the guitar and sing, and I was singing with this girl, Loretta. And actually, I wanted to get a car because in those day, the old trikes, the invalid trikes, you couldn’t carry anybody. And when I said to my dad, I want to learn to drive, ‘cause I want to get a car, instead of encouraging me - I was twenty-two. Instead of encouraging me, you know what he said? ‘Why do you want to get a car? Do you think you’re going to get the girls?’ That was him, so you can see where I stood with my father.