When this was released a lot of people didn’t like it, cried foul and abuse of a classic song, but for me it was cathartic and the beginning of a whole new world. Dream on.
Watching these guys perform for the first time on Australian tv and I knew they’d be a favourite.
Forget the ratty version from the movie, this is the real deal, and at a time when my favourite movie came out, this song had a LOT of air time in our home.
Funny name, but a song that lingers in the mind… much like indigestion after too much pizza and beer.
To me this always struck home, apart from the hilarity of Mr Bean, to mean I heard the message, look further than the cover when deciding on a books value.
And of course after your mind has been freed it must high… Oh, those were the days, dance Toni!
This song used to play every night on my way home from work, it was sad really, I knew what time it was by when certain songs came on, nothing quite like small town radio stations.
If life wasn’t charmed, it was sweet… or kind of…
My 20s, such a charmed existence.
I’m not an Iron Maiden fan, but this song has always made me laugh!
My father’s taste in music is questionable at best, big bands, bagpipes and swing sums him up, but this is the only song we’ve ever really agreed on.
Nothing beats a strong female vocalist, pick one, any one, but one of my favourites has to be Joan Jett, and this song has always been a bit of an inside joke for me.