In my heart, I pray and pray that his mother will stop punishing and torturing herself because she is convinced that there was foul play.
A tearful Doherty said: “This is difficult for me to admit. “When she left the hotel, the paparazzi followed her.
It brought back unpleasant memories of when I was with Kate [Moss] and how they would follow us around everywhere.” He continued: “Amy couldn’t step outside her front door without a mob of about 30 blokes thrusting cameras at her.
‘It dragged up the feelings of sadness that Amy Winehouse died and there’s something about deaths from addiction that feels preventable.’ He goes on to share with us what he would’ve done if he knew what was going to happen.
‘I feel like, if somebody had made it crystal clear – even though it was kinda clear to me: “Amy’s going to die tomorrow” – I would’ve gone to her house that night obviously and kicked the door down and do what I needed to do.’ As a recovering drug addict himself though, Russell knows that’s easier said than done, and how hard it is to ‘get clean and co-operate.’ Even when Russell first met the talented singer, he knew there was something there.
If you then include crack in the equation, it becomes a real killer – especially as Amy didn’t do things by halves.” The Libertines singer said that he a written a song about the late singer.
Titled ‘Flags From The Old Regime’, the song, according to Doherty, is like nothing he has ever written before as it’s “very slow and melodic”.
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“I can understand how it looks dodgy,” he admitted.