I asked Steve to learn the riff, which he did very quickly. The song is about the younger generation typically being stereotyped abd dismissed as 'stupid' and unintelligent to the point of them now even worth replying to or thinking about by the olddr generation.
He thought it was appalling and a silly idea for a song. Steve : One of my favourites. I had it. Steve had this idea which became the chorus and John supplied the lyric, real spontaneous. 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.
General Comment i think it means like fuck off all of you manufactured bands that are out now. The arguments between Glen and me became severe by this time. I proved him right. There was a bit of a buzz about the band before we even played a gig.
The same goes for the lyrics. Steve had this idea which became the chorus and John supplied the lyric, real spontaneous.
There was an error. Suburban Kid Lyrics. Submission Demo Lyrics. K[Live] Lyrics. Matlock's replacement was Sid Vicious, a tough street kid who, unlike the rest of the band, couldn't play his instrument. Why not add your own?
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Records US. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Maybe I should, would have had an easier life. I loved the wall and the insanity of the place. The subject is the New York Dolls. In , a "barnyard" arrangement by Steve Jones and Scott Weiland was performed on Jones' radio show, with the use of the word "fuck" changed to "pluck".