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A lawless brat, from a council flat, A little bit of this, and a little bit of that - Oh, Oh. Aerosol, the bricks.* A pigeon that was flying better dead than when it was alive, A second-hand suit and Dr. Martens boot, Punk, 2 Tone, infinity and (one step) beyond. A life lived, given and taken. No questions asked. We were that close, it was scary, We were that close, to getting it right, Or crashing and burning. When time wasn't of the essence, When time didn't mean money, When time was an irrelevance. Remember them summer days, When we took whatever came our way, And got away, hey, but not too far, Took a spin round in your broken-down car. From the back streets of North London to Buckingham Palace, and everything in-between. The story of... SUGGS. *With a nod to Ian Dury.
Interesting if you remember the early eighties. Suggs talks a lot about football, but still interesting!Published 2 months ago by Di
This is an excellent read. Suggs is a great storyteller, I have laughed out loud a few times.Published 3 months ago by ALISON KEMP
This book is great read especially if you live in London - Full of informative and interesting anecdotes about Suggs, Madness and Ska alikePublished 4 months ago by Jon-Jon
A great read and a true and very honest story of his life a must buyPublished 4 months ago by Gary mcwilliams
I enjoyed his book. It was easy to read and because I grew up in London I recognised all the areas he mentioned. Shame about being a Chelsea fan though.Published 4 months ago by Mrs. D.P. Lewis