Police Car

Album: Eliza Doolittle (2010)


  • Strong of opinion, London-based singer-songwriter Eliza Doolittle penned this downtempo lament about her propensity to sometimes engage mouth before brain. She explained: "It's about me getting myself into a bit of trouble by being a bit blunt sometimes and saying the wrong thing. I need to try to be aware of being sensitive to other people's feelings. I do regret my mouth sometimes… but then sometimes I think, well, that's what I think, it doesn't matter. But maybe I'm still growing up!"


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