"September under the weather" comes from June's "September Poems", written from prison. In general, Edwards' lyrics are a good imitation of June's style.
"Disco dancing with the rapists" could be a reference to Jennifer's novel Discomania
, in which a dance hall is the scene for insanely random acts of violence, or to the discos held in the hospital.
"Sleep and breathe under our sheets" refers to the fact that both girls frequently experienced a feeling of suffocation in their sleep.
Upon their release from Broadmoor in 1993, Jennifer abruptly died. An autopsy revealed severe viral myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart, which could have been caused by any number of factors. In accordance with their childhood pact that if one twin died the other must begin to speak, June gave several interviews to British and American magazines. Marjorie Wallace, who had kept in touch with the twins after writing a book about them, revealed later that she'd visited the twins before their release, and Jennifer had predicted her own death. June now uses her middle name, Alison. She lives near Haverfordwest with her Lesbian partner.
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