Brexit fears in Songs | Mick Jagger - Movingtrend

A smartly dressed man is being held back as he tries to run into the sea, in a video of the Mick Jagger song which has been released on thursday, singing with music "I went to find England, it wasn't there/ I think I lost it in the back of my chair,"

Jagger Said:
"It's about the unknowability about where you are and the feeling of insecurity. That's how I was feeling when I was writing,".

In these songs Mick Jagger expressed the regret at the lost of the England football team and fear about the Brexit referendum last year, which divided the Country after the bitter campaign.
Jagger told Sky News in an interview in April 2016 ahead of the vote that:
"I don't think to me personally it's going to make a huge difference".
He added:
"I think to the country in the short-term it will be detrimental. In the longer term, in say a 20-year term, it might turn out to be beneficial,"

He sings:
"Immigrants are pouring in/ Refugees under your skin/ Keep 'em under, keep 'em out/ Intellectual, shut your mouth/ Beat 'em with a stick"

Jagger said.
"The message I suppose is despite all those things that are happening, you've got to get on with your own life, be yourself and attempt to create your own destiny,"

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