Album: Change (2007)
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  • This was written by Sugababe Keisha Buchanan about her first ever serious boyfriend with whom she split up with in 2006. Keisha says in the Daily Mail September 28, 2007, "I was an adult in my childhood and had a grown-up's business head on my shoulders. But the backlash was me trying to hold on to my childhood and waiting for as long as possible for the right man. It was a mistake, as I had my heart broken. I've written a song on the album called 'Undignified' and it describes how I behaved like a teenager because I was so in love. I'm happy to be single and celibate now, but I learned to grow up through the pain that relationship caused me." >>
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    Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England


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