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It was written by the band's main songwriting team, Carole Pope and Kevan Staples. Although the song uses the title of the film High School Confidential , as well as references which suggest that the song is set in a similar time frame, the lyrics do not strongly resemble the film's drug-related plot. Instead, the song's narrator is a student observing a sexy female classmate, a "cool blonde scheming bitch" whose activities suggest that she may be having sexual relations with adult men, including the high school principal. The narrator compares the classmate to s sex symbols Mamie Van Doren , Anita Ekberg and Dagmar , and reveals her own unrequited lust for her: in one of the most famous lyrics from the song, Pope sings "She makes me cream my jeans when she comes my way". The lyrics never explicitly state the narrator's own sex, so they may be read either as Pope speaking from a male perspective, or as a reference to lesbianism.
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Camels, loaded with goods, about to exit the city through the gate, Beijing qingming scroll. Get a closer look at the street life around the city gate, on left third of scroll, find camels at left of gate. Trade between the Song dynasty and its northern neighbors was stimulated by the payments Song made to them. The Song set up supervised markets along the border to encourage this trade. Chinese goods that flowed north in large quantities included tea, silk, copper coins widely used as a currency outside of China , paper and printed books, porcelain, lacquerware, jewelry, rice and other grains, ginger and other spices.
The title for the song was derived from the Dylan Thomas book Adventures in the Skin Trade which John Taylor had on him during recording of the album. It was shortened to "Skin Trade" and LeBon eventually wrote the melody and lyrics for the track while spending an evening in Taylor's Upper West Side Manhattan apartment. The lyrics reflect on how everyone is selling themselves, and "there's a little hooker in each of us". The single was quite a departure for the band.