Well if you had to sit through a hour of bluff about Dire Straits the beginning of a super group, Mark Knopfler did it with the ease of a professional spinner. If there is one Dire Straits fan that still believes Knopfler wrote the lyrics of Wild West, End Down South Again, Six Blade Knife, or any other lyric related to the first Dire Straits Album I’d advice them to stick their head down the toilet.
The guff that Knopfler came out with apart from Money for Nothing, which I wrote about him and Illsley, was the truth Sailing to Philadelphia he wrote and he made sure to get away from anything I had written within minutes of the interview, as though the first Dire Straits album had never existed.
Now remember that album was their first and should have been the most spoken about, was it like hell it was. He stammered and second thought every question like a thief being interviewed by the police. If you get blisters working in a white goods store, change your job, even
Mark Lawson knew he was being lied too, us Scots are amiable characters until we get ripped off, and if a Geordie is running about wearing a kilt its because he stole it from a Scotsman, just like you Mark? You gave us a lesson on how to evade the truth, but the only person you were kidding was yourself and it does not suit you.