WATCH: BAD COMPANY performs “Bad Company” LIVE – 1974

It’s easy to remember this one: the song “Bad Company” by the band Bad Company, off their first album called, what else, Bad Company.

It was released as the third single from their debut album in 1974, and although it did not chart in America it became one of the band’s most popular tunes and is often played on classic rock stations today. It was co-written by the group’s lead singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke, and reportedly Bad Company’s meaning comes from a book about Victorian morals. Wait, what?

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