As Sex Pistols, we found ourselves banned just about everywhere. We were just hapless young idiots really and we were really unprepared for the world of greed and adulthood that we were thrown into so quickly. It's not anti-abortion, it's not pro-abortion.
There was a whole world out there that was sacrosanct and untouchable, like the royal family. Rotten: Writing this song was one of the best times I have ever had with Glen.
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General Comment so whats this song about? From the title alone it's bound to be cynical, but it's NOT nihilistic because it also presents an individualistic perserverance when he says "I'm using my feet for my human machine" and "You won't find me just staying static"which unfortunately is lacking in most of the punk, metal and rap that followed, which only project negativity but not as much self-motivation which could've inspired more people to do something about their problems.
The song is mostly about a fan named Pauline, who was as the song states from Birmingham. It was nice to find a kindred confusionist. Why would we want to destroy these things willy-nilly? Rotten: I have always thought that anarchy is no feelings sex pistols song meaning in Whitby games for the middle class.
That song was our statement somehow. There is no way out because there is nothing to compare it to, other than the entrapment of rule and regulation. What is this for?
The song is mostly about a fan named Pauline, who was as the song states from Birmingham. The institution was also where she seems to have been raped by one of the male nurses. I was listening to this song and ignored it.
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