Johnny Rotten: We decided to have a holiday as band en masse and we grouped ourselves in the Channel Islands and they immediately rejected us. It was expressing my point of view on the Monarchy in general and on anybody that begs your obligation with no thought.
Matlock: That was more of a free-for-all kind of a song.
Flag Tricky on March 13, It was actually mostly done in the studio because the groove was there, and it was relentless. Absolutely not. He was trying to be a bit New York Dolls—y, I suppose. It was expressing my point of view on the Monarchy in general and on anybody that begs your obligation with no thought.
I think all of us feel that way. I never considered myself pretty or vacant.
I think all of us feel that way. I love the pageantry. In that song I raise both sides of the agenda and actually put myself in there, too.
Anarchy in the U. Flag Sueapples on July 17, Rotten: I think that the song was misunderstood as a personal attack [on the Monarchy]. Don't judge a book just by the cover Unless you cover just another And blind acceptance is a sign A stupid fools who stand in line Like E.
Problems were all the way through us as a band. And that was a real bit of disappointment with this lot coming out of the hippie generation, shall we say, and they were so commercially wrapped up inside profit that it led to their ultimate decline.