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Album: Right Now (2008)
  • Leon Jackson told the Daily Record October 10, 2008, that this is a song "for the ladies." He added: "It's got a retro feel to it like Duffy. It's a slow one, but like all the slower songs on the album not too slow. It's not dreary. It's about being with someone for a long time and not being good at saying goodbyes."
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