A metaphor for the violence of the riots.
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It’s about the French Students' Riots of 1968.
Manchester United fans sing this at matches.
On a BBC Radio programme, Mick Jagger said he sang The Carter Family’s version of the song at his mother’s funeral.
The Dreads matter; but not as much as the positive thoughts.
Defence, Banks, Defence, Hospitals, Defence…
Making their fortune through diversity. And defence.
Heirs to the Heineken fortune.
It’s their beer money
He’s a steel magnate.
Which is not the same as a steel magnet.
It’s always Jagger then Richards…
Meet you at the top next year, Paul?