The Independent. He's a total cat amongst the pigeons," Lydon says of Trump. The original title for the song was " No Future ", with the lyrics themselves being a general expression of the band's view of the monarchy lyrics to the sex pistols god save the queen in Newark any individual or establishment commanding general obligation.
New Straits Times. At the evening of the same day, BBC Two 's Newsnight programme ended its nightly broadcast with host of that night Kirsty Wark saying that they were "incredibly happy to oblige" Rosindell's request, and then played a clip of the Sex Pistols' similarly named song, much to Rosindell's discontent.
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You know, very rigid conservative government who were just not open minded about anything. The Observer. Apart from surviving that, it was the lack of memory when I came out of the coma. It's got everybody now involving themselves in a political way.
At the evening of the same day, BBC Two 's Newsnight programme ended its nightly broadcast with host of that night Kirsty Wark saying that they were "incredibly happy to oblige" Rosindell's request, and then played a clip of the Sex Pistols' similarly named song, much to Rosindell's discontent.
The phrase "no future", the song's closing refrain, became emblematic of the punk rock movement. It was released as the band's second single and was later included on their only album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. Rotten's Songbook -- a new, page, limited-edition book with the words to every song he's ever written.
On 3 November , Andrew Rosindell , a Conservative MP, argued in an early day motion for a return to the broadcasting of the national anthem named "God Save the Queen" at the end of BBC One transmissions each day The practice was dropped in , ostensibly due to BBC One adopting hour broadcasting by simulcasting BBC News 24 overnight, rendering closedown obsolete ,  to commemorate the Brexit vote and Britain's subsequent withdrawing from the European Union.
However, it only made number According to Glen Matlock , who had co-written the song—although he was no longer a member of the band by the time it was released—the bass was inspired by The Move 's " Fire Brigade ".