The Greatest Denier

Album: Kingdom of Rust (2009)
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Songfacts®:

  • The Doves explained to the NME April 11, 2009: "We built the song around the title. It's written in character from someone whose ideas are now redundant, just clinging on to the past. It's quite claustrophobic and menacing."

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