by Dido

Album: Girl Who Got Away (2013)
  • This tune was transformed after Dido played it to her older brother Rollo Armstrong. She told The Sun: "That track shows off his talents. I wrote that song on the guitar, It was a country song that I played to him in the kitchen. He said, 'It's actually 140 beats a minute, which is sort of perfect' and he came back with that track."

    Rollo Armstrong is a record producer, who is one of the founder members of electronic group Faithless.


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