Kiss Ya Lips (No I.D.)

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"Kiss Ya Lips (No I.D.)" is a song by Ian Brown, from his well-received fourth solo album, Solarized. The song takes a stance against a controversial British policy requiring compulsory ID card registration and in general, the heightened security measures in the post 9/11 world.

The line, "So Mr. Politician" refers to Labour MP David Blunkett who proposed the scheme. He believed this policy would act as a defence in the "war on terror". This unpopular policy and other growing scandals led to his resignation from the post of Home Secretary on 15 December 2004.

The line "Cause loose lips sinks ships" refers to propaganda posters from the Second World War that warned the public of foreign spies, drawing similarities with the ID programme taking away personal privacy.

The song was co-written and produced by Darren Moss.

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