Can I just get this off my chest?
Where’s the bloody apostrophe? I can just about cope with the band not knowing how to punctuate (they are, after all, pretenders to the Oasis throne, whose titles include Round Are Way and Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants), or the designer of the sleeve, who’s probably in his twenties and thus a victim of the decline of comprehensive education during Thatcherism, but nobody at any stage of the production of the artwork?
Let’s assume the title means a law of nature, a law belonging to nature – then it’s Nature’s Law. If it’s a law belonging to many natures, it’s Natures’ Law. But it’s only Natures Law if it’s a law pertaining to, but not belonging to, a number of natures (ie. if it was a law pertaining to onions, it might be Onions Law). The lyric runs: “You should never fight your feelings/When your very bones believe them/You should never fight your feelings/You have to follow nature’s law.”
I rest my case, and weep for the future of mankind.