Album: Music Of The Spheres (2001)
Charted: 13


  • The verses of this song are written like an acronym. For example, "For Each A Road," "For Everyman A Religion," "F--k Everything And Rumble" and so on. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cody - Frankston, Australia
  • Ian Brown selected this as his favorite song ever in the program notes for the Stone Roses 2012 Heaton Park concert.

Comments: 5

  • Hugh from Cambridge, United KingdomInteresting but for me the song was also boring No depth just the same bloody words repeated over and over. I'm not knocking Ian Brown just this one particular song.
  • Jay from London, United Kingdomintellegent song. a song like is very uncommon
  • Mark from Liverpool, EnglandListen to his other songs, this man knows the score. Ian Brown for President of The World.
  • Troy from London, EnglandThis song is awesome! It's lyrically sublime and one of the best produced tunes I've ever heard.
  • Paul Gimlik from Hereford, EnglandCan someone tell my daughter which advert this was used on !!
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