Have A Nice Day

Album: Just Enough Education To Perform (2001)
Charted: 5
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  • This song has no real meaning. It was written when the band was in New York. The idea came around after Kelly Jones got out of a cab and the driver said, "That's $7.50, have a nice day." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Steev - Doncaster, England
  • This was used in the movie Dawn of the Dead, and also in the TV shows The Naked Chef and Veronica Mars. It was included on the soundtrack of the 2002 season of the show Roswell. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France
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Comments: 3

  • Nick from Cambridge, EnglandI love pretty much all Stereophonics songs, I was amazed to see so few comments and facts about them.
  • Amy from Chester, EnglandThis is a very catchy song that you can't help falling in love with. 5 stars*****
  • Paul from Galway, IrelandHow come no-ones commented on this brilliant song. I love the stereophonics. Theyre unreal. Another group of singers to come out of wales. Catchy song. Smooth and Lounge type song. One of their best
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