Written by:
Mark E. Smith,  Brix Smith
Initial release:
Bend Sinister,Beggars Banquet BEGA75; BEGA75CD; BEGC75 Cassette
29 September 1986
Subsequent releases:
Box Two, Beggars Banquet Japan ALCB85/86/87/88, 1989
Group on initial recording:
Mark E. Smith - vocals; Brix Smith - guitar, vocals; Criag Scanlon - guitar; Steve Hanley - bass; Simon Rogers - keyboards; Simon Wolstencroft - drums
First played live:
5 June 1986 Folkestone
Last played live:
19 February 1987 Detmold
Number of known performances:
A seriously neglected track, with an origin that goes back to MES's childhood in Salford.  As a lad, MES used to shout out the song's title, but is quoted as not recalling why he did so. As fallfandave says, "he [MES] can detect in the mundane the vast importance certain things have. Understanding why it is important is not necessary for Mark, it is enough for him to observe that it is important."