One Said To The Other

Album: Modern ARTillery (2003)
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  • To quote the main Living End website, this song is about "A conversation between two guys about one of their ex-girlfriends. A cheap trampy girl that's not worth the hassle. You know the type!"
  • This single was released a few months before the album. The song was an instant hit, and helped stage The Living End's rapid comeback after lead singer Chris Cheney's car accident. >>
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    Raymond - Sydney, Australia, for above 2

Comments: 2

  • Lin from Sydney, Australiawell they didnt say that they hated it, chris said that he was sick of playing it over and over again so, they dont hate it.
    -Lin, Dydney, Australia
  • Brendan from Hobart, Australiachris cheney and the band admitted to hating this song on the bands new dvd
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