"Thought you were clever when you lit the fuse, Tore down the House of Commons in your brand new shoes."
Sleeveprint: Buckler, Foxton & Weller 1982-2012
The Jam played their last live performance on 11 December 1982. Three decades on their explosive mix of Weller's lyrics wth Foxton and Buckler driving the rhythms remain a never to be forgotten sound. For our strictly unofficial shirt we have ransacked the lyrics of David Cameron's favourite Jam song for what we think is a spot-on analysis of his party's politics. Or as the lyric's author, Paul Weller put it when he heard of Dave's liking for the Eton Rifles. "Which part of it didn't he get? It wasn't intended as a fxxxing jolly drinking song for the cadet corps."
Unisex siize small (36 inch chest/90cms)
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Product Code: 879