"No Class" as written by Joel Alme and Mattias Glava....
The old bat says I have no manners
Pardon me my manner is my own
I might not climb the social ladder
But I can climb the schoolyard fence

Got no class
I said got no class
I said got no class
I'm just my fucking self

The old timer tries to socialize me
And keep me neatly in my place
Excuse me I'm not a category
And she put pressures on my taste

Got no class
I said got no class
I said got no class
I'm just my fucking self

And at times I might be gentle
Don't mean that I'm a gentleman
And I ain't no performance art form
I am simply what I am

Got no class
I said got no class
I said got no class
I'm just my indescribable, undefinable, unique self


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"No Class" as written by Mattias Glava Joel Alme

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    General CommentI just got a tattoo of "Got No Class" on my left arm without a stencil. I didn't want it to be purposely sloppy-looking so now it's genuinely sloppy sk'.

    The song is just about not acting a certain way just because it's the socially acceptable way to act--doing what you want, or what you think is right no matter what other people think about it.
    Lexicon-Devilon July 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentmy favorite song by Reagan Youth. Why has no one posted anything on it...? It's so catchy and rebellious and yummy, like cupcakes laced with cyanide. Okay, i don't know what i'm talking about. But it's my favorite Reagan Youth song.
    truble breathingon June 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAnthem for individuality. Plain and simple.
    Bones DeLargeon August 20, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is also a favorite reagan youth song of mine, we need more bands with ideas like this today
    jmarionon September 30, 2005   Link

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