Ian McNabb Quotes
The Icicle Works met Neil after a show in Birmingham, England in 1987. He was very nice and friendly. I met him again after a Dublin show in 1996 where he was less friendly but introduced me to his dad, Scott, who was very nice to me. Neil was never happy about Crazy Horse playing with me.
I write from experience. It's meant to be an update on the old folk song 'Maggie May.' I defy anybody who has spent time in Liverpool to disagree with the lyrics to the song. It's spot on. Not every girl born in Liverpool is like the character in the song, but no generalisation ever applied to everybody. It's obviously meant to get a laugh - if it doesn't, well it's your loss not mine. I've never written any song to please anybody other than myself - and what's wrong with being sexy?
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