Sex Pistols ‘God Save The Queen’ to be played at Olympics ceremony?

Sex Pistols to re-release 'God Save The Queen'

No future for you! Sex Pistols to re-release 'God Save The Queen'

The Olympic opening ceremony, watched by HM The Queen, will feature a host of songs picked by film director Danny Boyle…including the Sex Pistols classic ‘God Save The Queen’.

Well that’s the plan at the moment according to the Sunday Mail

 

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  1. To play the pistols God save the Queen at the Olympic ceremony would totally show the world what a degenerate country we have become!
    In the first instance it is a political statement and has no place at the Olympics not
    withstanding the fact that the queen is 86 years old and deserves to be respected for her age alone never mind that she is the head of our country!

  2. To play the pistols God save the Queen at the Olympic ceremony would totally show the world what a degenerate country we have become!
    In the first instance it is a political statement and has no place at the Olympics not
    withstanding the fact that the queen is 86 years old and deserves to be respected for her age alone never mind that she is the head of our country!
    and I love the sex pistols in any other instance.

  3. ha ha I for one would actually watch the opening ceremony for this…have you seen what Mr Boyle has concocted ? A green and pleasant land theme which will be populated with goats,sheep & ducks a village green complete with cricketers.

    Another rumour is that 10,000 people will be dressed up as chips & Boris Johnson will be elevated on wires wearing a giant cod costume.

    Can’t wait

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