This Pop-Rock ballad is about a guy telling a girl that her heart is in pain because she found the wrong man, and he's open for her because he is exactly what she was hoping for all along.
Suggestion credit: Landon - Winchester, OH
In the United States, this is by far the most commercially successful song by this Scottish band, who have had a lot more success in the UK. Written by lead singer Justin Currie, it's not representative of their sound. Running just 2:12, it's much more trite and poppy than most of their songs.
Suggestion credit: Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
Del Amitri toured the US when this became a hit, but they played the song reluctantly, often telling the audience that it was something they had to do. Del Amitri wasn't able to get a foothold in the States, and this was their last hit there.
In the comical video, the Del Amitri boys are being wheeled about in strollers by beautiful women. The band members' heads were superimposed (badly) on the babies to create the effect. This video the featured on an episode of Beavis and Butthead called "Prank Call."
Camille from Toronto, OhWe can always use more tunes like this. It's a fun song that should have had more air play and been a bigger hit.
Jerry from Norristown, PaThis song has a nice tempo and excellent lyrics!I am sure that a lot of guys can relate to the song with telling a woman he is open to her when her heart is in pain from the wrong guy.
Alex from Small Town, IlI love this song. The music video is interesting as well with all those beautiful women. I think everyone likes the redhead
Stephanie from Wigtown, United KingdomPerfect to sing along to. Saw them when they were support to Bruce Springsteen on the British "Summer of 96" tour.