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The lyrics to this song refer heavily to singer John Lydon's tenure in his previous band, punk rock pioneers The Sex Pistols. Lyrics such as "You don't listen to a word I say / You only see me for the clothes I wear" indicate Lydon's unhappiness with his experience in The Sex Pistols, and indicate that he felt that many Sex Pistols fans only liked the band for their image and paid no attention to their revolutionary message.

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  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    Fucking amazing track and speaks truth of today's culture bullshit and back then all the bullshit that got thrown at him
  • Avatar for laryoverkill
    Ai esse som eh uma delicia
  • Avatar for sarito123
    song speaks volumes, still relevant in today's culture
  • Avatar for LostImeem
    It was a thrill to see PiL in Miami in 1992. I'll have to check the set list to see if they played this song. I do remember that John Lydon mooned us. Big Audio Dynamite II played next.
  • Avatar for fowlhuman
    Spellbinding.
  • Avatar for Liloucat
    good Johnny !!! :):)
  • Avatar for nicorebel
    Cool as HELL
  • Avatar for miunicaverdad
    <3
  • Avatar for jarolito
    my all time favourite song, it has influenced me aloooooooooot much better than sex pistols
  • Avatar for pewpewlasers
    hey john

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