No way. I associate that with football. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. I was listening to this song and ignored it. Apparently, punk rock pulled her out of her cocoon… She might have had wealthy parents who buggered up her life, probably like Nancy Spungen really.
Ina "barnyard" arrangement by Steve Jones and Scott Weiland was performed on Jones' radio show, with the use of the word "fuck" changed to "pluck". And then of course came the trying-to-tour and the banning. She was a pretty girl, but she had these really mad eyes.
She was one of many lunatics that used to attach themselves to us. Music was new to me. It was hard to listen to the same old stories night after night, slightly changed each time.
But I came up with this riff on it. Nation Review. And it was adopted on the terraces by quite a few firms — firms being gangs of hooligans. She was a mad fan who used to turn up everywhere. Because it's immoral to bring a kid in this world and not give a toss about it.
General Comment I think its saying get a mind of your own and stick up for yourself or cunts will take complete advantage of you. Steve got hold of it, then I started playing. We made up that version on the spot.
It was the friction in the band that made it work well.