Album: Alphabeat (2006)
Charted: 6
  • This was originally a major hit for the Danish pop-rock band in their home country during the summer of 2007.
  • Keyboard player Rasmus Nagel told ilikemusic.com about this song: "The new single is written by Anders B our guitar player and it's about being a team and trying out new things, from girls and partying and it's got a good vibe to it, very upbeat."
  • Nagel added in the same interview that this was the track he had most fun laying down on the album, "because I went to the big studio and played on the big grand piano and we got the brass section to play the chorus, so it was fun making that track."
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