Jigsaw

  • On this love song, supplemented by strings, rapper Lady Sovereign croons about a recent break-up. She told Rolling Stone: "I don't care if my voice doesn't sound really good. I just really enjoyed doing it."
  • Lady Sovereign told The Guardian April 8, 2009: "It's about an ex. I never thought I'd do a lovey-dovey song, but with age comes experience."

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