Bank Holiday Monday

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  • Kelly Jones comments in The Sun newspaper, October 12, 2007: "I love the song 'Bank Holiday Monday' as it applies to what happened to us. It's about cheap drugs and a Pound for a can of Stella. And the night would always end in a fight because someone had caught someone in the toilets with someone else's girlfriend." >>
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    Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England
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