Do you ever overwhelmed by the weight of life? I do! All the time! When that happens, I goof around and do things like this:
One seemingly mellow afternoon, John and Ringo were strolling when they suddenly ran into a strange obstacle:
“I’m telling you, John. It’s not mine. I love Keith Moon, but I certainly don’t share his love of instrumental destruction.”
“If you say so, Ringo. But then how do you suppose it got here?”
“Fellas! I think I know where this came from!”
“Well go on, tell us, Ozzy,” Ringo pleaded.
“This broken drum set must have been dropped by the monochrome clowns that have been running around over here lately!”
“Who the hell are you? What are you doing with my drums?!”
“You mean this broken joke of a drum kit?!”
“How dare you! That’s it, you’re going down!”
The two leaders and their egos gravitated towards each other. But, something came over the both of them.
“Peter, he’s another drummer,”
“Yeah, Ringo…give Peace a chance,”
“Man, they’re right,” Peter said, embracing this epiphany that they were destined for friendship.
“I’m sorry I insulted your drum kit, mate.”
“It’s all good! Let’s drum with our souls!”
Paul and Ace joined the magic. They wondered where George and Paul were; Ringo informed them that they were on vacation but would surely be sad to be missing this.
John assured everyone that George and Paul were there in spirit. (Yes, and in the background).
And they lived happily ever after, as they rocked and rolled all night and partied every day.
“And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”
DISCLAIMER: This story unfortunately does not contain entirely accurate quotes by Ozzy Osbourne, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Peter Criss, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, or Ace Frehley. Yes, sadly, this was all from my own imagination and boredom.