Little Favours

Album: Drastic Fantastic (2007)

Songfacts®:

  • Tunstall spoke to MTV News about this track: "It's a song on the album that I really had a good attachment with. I think it's a signature tune off the album. I started writing it when I was 17 and it basically took me some years to get it to its current state. It's basically about teenage sex - when you meet that special someone, and there's that magical little space before you actually touch each other."

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