My Name (dialog)Written by: Ray Davies
Published by: Davray Music Ltd.
My name is of no importance. You see, I'm a product of a century
which started at the height of class-conscious imperialism and ended
with a society so reduced to totalitarian commonness that in my final
years at college the saying 'mediocrity rises' became very popular.
And being mediocre, I rose. But you're not supposed to laugh at that.
My generation has been taught to be so in touch with the latest fashion
that we have become faceless; we're victims of design.
But, oddly enough, although I was taught to think of myself as a man
with no face, somewhere inside my soul I believe that one day
I'll become an individual.
This song can be found on the following releases:live, stereo mix (1:03), recorded 1997 at unknown venue, overdubs at Konk Studios, Hornsey, London
|The Storyteller||21 Apr, 1998||USA||Konk/EMI-Capital 7243 4 94168 2 6||CD|
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