Album: Hours (2005)
Charted: 21
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  • This song is about the impact on the band's own communities in Wales during the miner strikes in the 1980s.

Comments: 3

  • Ben from Moon, United KingdomAccording to the band's concert in Portsmouth, this was one of Stevie Wonder's long-lost hits, and is a tribute to them (:
  • Jazz from Portsmouth, Englandwell at there gig they said this song was about a close friend?? listening to the lyrics on the first verse or two maybe it is bout a close friend they lost
  • Amina from Manchester, Englandthe band members were born in 1980?
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