Thirty years after the release of Entertainment!, King recalled the song to Clash Magazine: "Saturday afternoons, we wandered, walleyed, through the sun-bright aisles of Morrison's supermarket in Leeds, looking for a 2-4-1 bargains and generic baked beans. The hopeless in-store slogan at the point of sale was: "The change will do you good" meaning "change" as in money and "change" as in switch store. Someone got paid for this rubbish!. I found this good starter for words about a doomed relationship where legover had become, maybe, too much of a good thing. Or at any rate, a thing. Andy (Gill, guitarist) punctuates the main lyric with a call and response thing and sings the iconic mid section "Damaged goods, send them back" words. The music's cute: alternate the guitar and bass duh duh dink! Duh duh dink! & build the song around this R&B clatter among dynamic drop outs where everyone got to feature. We didn't want a pop structure. We'd had it with dominant, subdominant, tonic chord progressions. So we had none, instead."