El día que supimos que Dave Mustaine fue diagnosticado con cáncer fue un día oscuro para los fanáticos y no nos podemos imaginar cómo fue para la familia.
«Tengo que admitir… mi padre y yo somos muy similares. Ambos podemos ser inteligentes, pero con mucha angustia», escribe la chica que acaba de cumplir 22 años.
Además, no desaprovechó la oportunidad de aclarar que fue un padre atento y que siempre estuvo cerca de él ya que hasta la iba a recoger al colegio.
I started writing this song the day I found out my dad had cancer. “I think I’d miss you if you left. All the times that you walked out, slammed the door I’d scream so loud. Big or small you’re never there, but I still care and it’s not fair. All our fights result in pain tears and fears they’re all the same deep inside it’s tug-of-war but I forgive I love you more.” I have to admit…my dad and I are SO similar. We both can be big smart asses, with a lot of angst, and who ‘sometimes’ think we ‘ALWAYS’ know best… and with that we’ve butt heads from time to time in life! Lol But, truth be told my childhood wasn’t exactly as easy as it may seem. Yes! We had it so good in most areas, but I was also a little girl who was so attached to her dad (so proud to show him off when he’d pick me up from school)…yet at the same time so hurt and angry at him for missing birthdays, piano recitals, and tearful breakups—bc he was always gone. Flash forward to 21 y/o me, now staring cancer in the face, wondering if he’d loose his long hair, if he’d be there to walk me down the aisle, or live to meet his grandkids. Nothing else matters at that moment. And as much as we could have kicked, whined, and screamed at each other in the past, nothing could ever be worse than loosing you, dad! @davemustaine