Jah Wobble was in PIL when they composed this in 1979.
This lke manifesto for me, vesus the rage of John Lydon feeling abused by show business and late Malcolm mac Laren, this version gives more depth witnessing true genuine individuality and non cooling anger of our Generation
I am keeping happy to see young guys who raise the black flag of revolt against this cynical way this world is handled.
Business, wars, pride? My head is full I just don’t accept the way it is..
I keep thinking and keep hope in Youth!
This is our fate, we born at Golden Age.
What happened? What did we do wrong?
We spend hours on “Social” pipes to mourn about this cause or another.
But what did we do for keeping this sweetness to our children?
Smokes, blood and ashes, we just let it be, throwing our frustration on this or that.
Baby Boomers, BB, Blah Blah..
I am tired of this all, I am exhausted.
Then I sing and I forget..Lah lah lah
I like to remember meeting Keith Richards in Eurostar.
Sitting in first class restaurant, he was there, cross the table.
Fast train for one time too fast. 2 Hours chat.
To say I was a fan and still I am is not correct.
We share with a few others (John Lydon) this essence of rebellion.
Not political, not religious not social, we born different, so fuckin’ different.
We don’t follow rules, ours change everyday. We don’t establish models, we don’t believe in models.
We don’t need consistency because we just are…
You guys cannot understand where we are coming from.
A battlefield for freedom with no ideology seeded in northern fogs
You guys just remember a few gimmicks aka ‘No Future”
You guys used our path for your dis-gracious deviations
You maniac zombies did not understand, you cannot..