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6 thoughts on “ Janie Jones - The Clash - The Clash

  1. After Janie was released from prison in , she became a punk icon when The Clash immortalized her in the song “Janie Jones.” She developed a close friendship with Joe Strummer, who supposedly idolized her, and Joe wrote a song for her called “House Of The Ju-Ju Queen.”.
  2. Clash Janie Jones lyrics & video: He's in love with rock'n'roll woaahh He's in love with gettin' stoned woaahh He's in love with Janie Jones woaahh But he don't like his borin 10/10(2).
  3. General CommentActually Janie Jones was a famous madam of the 70s - which means she ran a social escort (prostitution) alternative.gardanakalenfefyn.infoinfo other explanations are right. Of course, in the 70s in Britain the shitty jobs were the only ones available, so letting your employers know how you really felt about your job was widely discouraged.
  4. Whether that's what they had in mind or not, the Clash captured the mood of one regular Joe who's ready for some kind of a revolt, even if he's not sure what kind, in the song "Janie Jones," the lead-off track from the original version of the group's first album.
  5. Lyrics. The Clash He's in love with rock'n'roll woaahh He's in love with gettin' stoned woaahh He's in love with Janie Jones But he don't like his boring job, no An' he knows what he's got to do So he knows he's gonna have fun with you You lucky lady! An' he knows when the evening comes When his job is done he'll be over in his car for you An' in the in-tray lots of work But the boss at the.
  6. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Janie Jones (Remastered) · The Clash Hits Back ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited Released on:

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