This prostitute-centric song finds Cave singing of "a girl named Bee" who lived on Jubilee Street. She would say to "all those good people," who also lived on the street, that they, "ought to practice what they preach." Asked by The Sun if he is referencing the Jubilee Street located in his hometown of Brighton, Cave replied: "If people think they're going to have a good time down Jubilee Street, I'd say forget about it unless they're particularly interested in going to the library or Yo Sushi. When I was writing that, I had it in my mind that Jubilee Street was another, more colourful street. Then I was actually walking along it, looked up and went, 'Oh no, this is f---ing Jubilee Street'.
"So let's just say it's a Jubilee Street of the imagination," he continued. "But I can say, in a rather lovely, serendipitous way, that the song reflects how Jubilee Street used to be before they regenerated it - a very sleazy down-at-heel place."