All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
You know Punk just never really happened in Texas. I've never heard a punk song on any Dallas radio station. There was only 1 girl at my High School that dressed punk.
Its kinda sounds like 60 grit sandpaper scraping against my eardrums. I cant do it more than 3 seconds.
Did you listen to the lyrics:
She was a girl from Birmingham
She just had an abortion
She was a case of insanity
Her name was Pauline she lived in a tree
She was a no-one who killed her baby
She sent her letters from the country
She was an animal
She was a bloody disgrace
Body I'm not an animal
Mummy I'm not an abortion
Texan had ZZ Top (before they went commercial) so they didn't need punk, just that good ole Rio Grande Mud!
And yeah, Johnny Rotten's lyrics can surprise you. Often not what you expect.
Irish Mirror, Oh that was funny! I don't believe him about Trump though, I think he just likes to stir up shit.
That is a reasonable way to describe him given his history.
You know I've often thought of how popular Music is supportive of the progressive liberal agenda, and how that if any genre wasn't it was punk.
Just imagine how musicians and actors could benefit us if its wasn't so universally ideologically left.
Can you imagine listening to songs on the radio that spoke of the dangers of Islam to western identity?
Only a punk could pull that off.
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