Put Your Life On It

Album: For Crying Out Loud (2017)


  • A thumping scarf-waving love song for Serge Pizzorno's wife, this is the first of its type that the Kasabian guitarist has written. He told NME:

    "I'm actually saying exactly how I feel about my wife on a song. You do feel exposed in a way, but it just feels good. I heard a John Lennon interview about him making Double Fantasy and going, 'I'm going to say exactly how I feel.' It thought I'd give that a go. It's just another way of writing ideas and making a song that I've not done before."

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  • Craig from Lincolnshireif you listen to the end of doberman/take aim (live) on the delux version of the album Tom Meighan explains that the song is about the people who are no longer with us I.e His own grand father and Sergio's grand father...
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