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BBMak



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This was written by group members Christian Burns, Ste McNally and Mark Barry along with Phill Thornally.
The song talks about a story between a guy and a girl. The band members say that the guy in the song did a stupid thing and he wishes that he can be with the girl again because he's sorry. According to McNally, the song took 45 minutes to make. (thanks, Britney - Calabasas, CA, for above 2)
This was BBMak's first single. It made them huge in Japan as well as their native UK.
In February of 2001, this was reissued in the UK, reaching #5.
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Comments (3):

dude bbmac is a great group i love this song
- matt, wilmington, OH
bb mak are from the same place as the beatles liverpool england i went to school with ste (alsop high school) and they played there i dnt no wher u got the idea there big over here theyve only had like 1 top 5 but they are cool
- hannah, liverpool, England
Sounds like the beatles recorded this if they still around. A great song! I never get bored with it. Audrey loves ya BBMak! Christian ur kick ass!
- Britney, Calabasas, CA
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