Background and Writing
The title was inspired by the Musketeers' motto: "All for one, and one for all".
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... At the time, various remixes were produced by Boutonnat to the nightclubs ... An English version of the song, "Bad Girl", was recorded, but unlike "My Mum Is Wrong", it was not released as a single because the recording was not very conclusive ...
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“I had many problems in my conduct of the office being contrasted with President Kennedys conduct in the office, with my manner of dealing with things and his manner, with my accent and his accent, with my background and his background. He was a great public hero, and anything I did that someone didnt approve of, they would always feel that President Kennedy wouldnt have done that.”
—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)
“Theyre writing songs of love,
But not for me.”
—Ira Gershwin (18961983)
“... every experience in life enriches ones background and should teach valuable lessons.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)