Meccano

Album: Fine Fascination (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Singer Richard Frenneaux explained to Clash Magazine, that this song, "is based around an imaginary conversation between two old friends and the distance growing between them as their lives go on. It's about the regret of a passing friendship."
  • Meccano is a model construction kit, which has been a popular toy for boys since its invention in England in 1901.

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