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I learned a lot, but got to the point where I was losing the sense of fun.
I wish I'd stuck with it." Smith has said his guitar tutor was "horrified" by his playing.
" One rock biographer (Jeff Apter) maintains that the guitar Smith received for Christmas of 1972 was from his parents, and equates this item with Smith's notorious Woolworth's ' Top 20' guitar, later used on many of the Cure's earliest recordings.
Smith was quoted in several earlier sources as saying he purchased the Top 20 himself for £20, in 1978.
Smith came from a musical family – his father sang and his mother played the piano. When he was three years old, in December 1962 his family moved to , where he later attended St Francis Primary School, before the family moved to , in March 1966, where Smith attended St Francis Junior School. Musical background Both Robert and his younger sister Janet had piano lessons; Smith said that Janet "was a piano prodigy, so sibling rivalry made me take up guitar because she couldn't get her fingers around the neck." He told Chris Heath of magazine that from about 1966 (when Smith turned seven years old) his brother Richard (thirteen years Robert's senior) taught him "a few basic chords" on guitar.
No it's not a good look Gain some self control Deep down I know this never works But you can lay with me So it doesn't hurt Oh won't you Stay with me Cos you're All I need This aint love It's clear to see But darling Stay with me Oh won't you Stay with me Cos you're All I need This aint love It's clear to see But darling Stay with me Music video by Sam Smith performing Stay With Me. He is the lead singer, guitarist, lyricist and principal songwriter of the band .Academic record Smith described Notre Dame Middle School as "a very free-thinking establishment" with an experimental approach; a freedom he claimed to have abused.On one occasion, Smith said that he wore a black velvet dress to Notre Dame and kept it on all day "because the teachers just thought 'oh, it's a phase he's going through, he's got some personality crisis, let's help him through it'." According to Smith "four other kids" beat him up after school, although Jeff Apter notes that Smith has given several conflicting versions of the story.Up until December 1972 he did not have a guitar of his own, and had been borrowing his brother's for some time, "so he gave me his guitar for Christmas.But I'd commandeered it anyway – so whether he was officially giving it to me at Christmas or not, I was going to have it!