‘I’m Not Like Everybody Else’


And I don’t want to ball about like everybody else,
And I don’t want to live my life like everybody else,
And I won’t say that I feel fine like everybody else…

Ray Davis was writing anthems about not fitting in long before punk became fashionable. This one appeared in summer 1966 on the flip-side of “Sunny Afternoon,” but didn’t make it to America until years later when The Great Lost Kinks Album was released.

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