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by Blur

Album: The Magic Whip (2015)
  • Guitarist Graham Coxon explained to NME that lyrically, this song is about, "when you go to different places, and the people there know a lot about you, even though you don't think they do."
  • Blur debuted the song during their appearance on the April 14, 2015 episode of Later... with Jools Holland.

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