The legendary vocalist and founding member of the Byrds, David Crosby has answered a question on Twitter about The Rolling Stones’ co-founder and guitarist, Keith Richards, and revealed if it is a better punchline with him or Richards.

As you may know, the veteran musician David Crosby has been highly active on Twitter and has been responding to nearly all kinds of questions of his fans. A few weeks ago, he has been asked whether he is a friend of The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards, or not.

Crosby replied by saying that, unfortunately, he’s not, but, he admires Keith greatly. Based on David’s tweet revealing that he appreciates Keith Richards, the followers of him wanted to know more about his thoughts related to him.

A fan, whose name is Dean, asked David Crosby if it is a better punchline with him or Keith Richards. Crosby responded by saying both of them. Another fan, whose name is Donna, commented on his tweet and praised the two legends as stating Crosby and Keef will outlive us all. David also reacted to this tweet and said humorously, only the good die young.

Here is what was asked to David Crosby about Keith Richards:

“Is it a better punchline with you or Keith Richards?”

Crosby responded as:

“Both of us.”

A fan, whose name is Donna, commented as:

“You and Keef will outlive us all!

David answered:

“Only the good die young.”

You can see the tweets below.