My kids aren't like me: Liam Gallagher

London, June 23 (IANS) Singer-songwriter Liam Gallagher says his kids are really nice and well-educated, unlike him.

Jun 22 2013, 6:00pm CDT | by

My kids aren't like me: Liam Gallagher
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London, June 23 — Singer-songwriter Liam Gallagher says his kids are really nice and well-educated, unlike him.

"The Beady Eye" singer said that his daughter Molly, 15, and sons Lennon, 14, and Gene, 11, have never said a naughty word in front of him.

"They're nice, well educated kids," dailystar.co.uk quoted Gallagher as saying.

"Obviously, I've got a foul tongue but I've never heard them swear once. I'm proud that they're not like me. They're good polite kids. They're not what you'd think," he said.

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