Take a trip back to the Summer of 1977 and you'd be hard pressed to not hear either "Peaches" from The Stranglers or The Sex Pistols' "God Save The Queen" blaring from some punkers radio. "Peaches" made waves when it was first released because of its sexually driven lyrics about girl-watching on a hot summer day. Sounds like you should follow The Stranglers lead and get down to the beach this Memorial Day weekend...Summer is practically here!
"Oh shit...There goes the charabang. Looks like im gonna be stuck here the whole summer. Well what a bummer. I can think of a lot worse places to be...Like down in the streets, Or down in the sewer, Or even on the end of a skewer"