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  • This scabrous song is about the dissolution of a relationship, lyrical terrain that Bloc Party wordsmith Kele Okereke has previously explored on "Flux" and "Eating Glass." He explained to The Scotsman September 14, 2008 that this song is about "being in love with someone who's younger than you and has not been faithful."

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