Neil Young is putting his story in print.  Rollingstone.com says the rocker has signed a deal with Blue Rider Press to write his autobiography, titled"Waging Heavy Peace." He says he feels like the project fits him "like a glove."  Young explains that he just started writing and "just kept going," adding that it's "the way my daddy used to do it on his old Underwood up in the attic."  Young's father was a sportswriter, who wrote his own memoir chronicling his relationship with his son in the 1984 book "Neil and Me."  Neil says his dad's philosophy was to "just keep writing, you never know what will turn up."  Blue Rider President David Rosenthal says "Waging Heavy Peace" "promises to be a revealing, intimate book that will provide the window into Neil's life and career that fans and admirers have always wanted."  Young's book is expected to arrive in stores next fall.

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