Sex Pistols' Queen Wasn't Act Of Spite Against The Jubilee

(Gibson) The Daily Express reports that John Lydon, formerly Johnny Rotten of Sex Pistols infamy, did not write the biting lyrics of the Pistols' "God Save the Queen" to attack the Queen's Jubilee in 1977.

He told OfficlalCharts.com: "I wrote a record. It wasn't about a specific moment in time or history I wrote a record about a subject matter that mattered to me, in a personal way, and then all this situation enveloped and unfolded. I never did it as an act of spite against the Jubilee. I don't think that's been quite completely understood."

Queen Elizabeth will be celebrating her Diamond (60 years) Jubilee next week in England. more on this story

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