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Mr. Rotten's Songbook hosts every lyric from John Lydon's 40-plus year career in punk. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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John Lydon On Anarchy, Politics And 'Mr. Rotten's Songbook'

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Paste Magazine 100 Greatest Living Songwriters

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John "Johnny Rotten" Lydon, seen here with his band Public Image Ltd at the 2013 Glastonbury Festival, is the former frontman of the Sex Pistols. Ian Gavan/Getty Images hide caption

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John Lydon: The Foul-Mouthed Yob Sets The Record Straight

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Sex Pistols' Steve Jones, Just Saying No

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John Lydon (center right) of Public Image Ltd. Courtesy of Paul Heartfield hide caption

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John Lydon On World Cafe

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