One of rock music's most mysterious double negatives has finally been explained after Dave Gilmour's son was seen rioting at the prospective of 'no education'.
"When dad sang we don't need no education, he was misunderstood, by the Tory rock press,' said Gilmour junior. 'I think what he was really trying to say was - we want you to buy our albums in the millions, so I can afford to send my son to a top fee paying school and get him into Cambridge."
Typically, the tory rock press, which had been infiltrated by MI5, under the orders of Richard Nixon and the FBI, tried to portray Pink Floyd's Brick in the Wall album as some kind of anti establishment anthem. In fact, Dave Gilmopur and the band were keen to join the 'breadheads' and the 'squares' who then comprised Britain's ruling classes. "It's the best revenge man," said a spokesman for Gilmour, who was off fox hunting.