Track Title: 5.15 Album Title: My Generation - The Very Best of the Who Prime Artist: The Who Producer: The Who Written by: Pete Townsend From the Album: Quadrophenia 1973 (A) Lyrics: Why should I care? Girls of fifteen Sexually knowing The ushers are sniffing Eu-de-cologning The seats are seductive Celibate sitting Pretty girls digging Prettier women. Magically bored On a quiet street corner Free frustration In our minds and our toes Quiet stormwater My generation Uppers and downers Either way blood flows. Inside outside. Leave me alone. Inside outside. Nowhere is home. Inside outside, Where have I been? Out of my brain on the five fifteen. On a raft in the quarry Slowly sinking. On the back of a lorry Holy hitching. Dreadfully sorry Apple scrumping. Born in the war Birthday punching. He man drag In the glittering ballroom Greyly outrageous In my high heel shoes Tightly undone They know what they're showing Sadly ecstatic That their heros are news. Why should I care?