"Just Another Story" is a song by British band Jamiroquai. It is the opening track to the second Jamiroquai album The Return of the Space Cowboy, in all countries other than the US where the song switches place with Space Cowboy to become the eleventh track. "Just Another Story" is the second longest album track by Jamiroquai to Revolution 1993 (however remixes and live performances of various other songs do exist).
The song deals with the problem of viligantes who enforce justice by themselves, often harming innocents in the process. The main character, as described in the second verse, holds a gun to a minor's head, who apparently is both a drug dealer and a drug (ab)user. The "'94 tour" version holds alternative lyrics to the song which expand more on the whole theme.
"Just Another Story" is the only Jamiroquai track to feature the word "fucking" in the lyrics. In context the line is as follows:
"All these gangster kids are gettin' uptight!
I gotcha! I gotcha where I want ya now!
Nobody make a fucking move!"
The song is often cited by fans to be somewhat autobiographic to Jason Kay, the lead singer, who was homeless at a time and had committed criminal acts to survive.
The Return of the Space Cowboy has no parental advisory or sensory restriction placed on it despite the content of the song, although a DualDisc release of the band's 6. album - Dynamite does feature a "behind the scenes" feature regarding the album's production. The documentary in which the same word was uttered was given a parental advisory sticker.
Being nearly 9 minutes long, JAS is a song of a somewhat progressive nature. The song structure is as follows:
The introduction to the song is appx. 2 minutes long, and can be considered to be an overture to the album. The introduction is sometimes seen (but was never officially released) as a separate song. The overture/introduction contains only one verse. The main part of the song has the second verse sung twice. The outroduction immediately follows the verses, and changes the mood of the song by inducing heavy wind instrumentation.
Some live versions (e.g. Paradiso '94) changed the structure of the song into this order: