Acid Jazz Singer

Album: Here We Stand (2008)
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  • Jon Fratelli told The Sunday Mail May 4, 2008 about this folky track: "I got excited when I wrote this - sometimes you just know. I'm proud of the lyrics. There is a line, 'Get it right today and you may still be here tomorrow' which sums all of this music stuff up."
  • Jon Fratelli in an interview with the Daily Mail June 6, 2008: "I wrote this when I came home from the US. I felt happy that I'd shaken off the homesickness."

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