Album: You're Never Alone With A Schizophrenic (1979)
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  • Hunter was lead singer of the British group Mott the Hoople. This song is about someone he crossed swords with. He would say only that it was a woman. >>
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    Alexander - London, England

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  • Mili from ReadingAwesome song, one of the all time favorite! Great album as well (all killers, no fillers).
  • Michael Smith from Franklin, Ohio This is a badass song!
  • Ed from Canton, OhGreat guitar riff and Ian's signature laid back vocals
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