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"Sweet Child o' Mine" (Music)

"Veronica, there are a few things in life in which you will have to defer to my age and experience. And that, sweet child of mine, is the Chrysler Building."

"Sweet Child o' Mine" is the name of a classic hard rock song by the band Guns N' Roses. It was their first number one single on the Billboard 100 charts, from their debut album Appetite for Destruction, released in 1987. The face-melting guitar riff is by lead guitarist Slash, who initially came up with it in a jam session as a joke, but it caught the ear of lead singer Axl Rose, who turned it into a song. The "sweet child" of the song was in fact Axl's girlfriend, but as we assume Keith didn't mean it like that, he probably said it because it came out the same time Veronica was a baby, so of course the rocker Keith would apply such a phrase to the sweet child o' his.

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