Album: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned (2003)
Charted: 19
  • The song's lyric is sampled from "Style Of The Streets," a 1984 hip-hop single by Mancunian rap group Broken Glass (whose members included future Black Grape member Kermit). In the song, the rappers are dreaming of a time when they will be touring round the world, making lots of money and singing songs about girls.
  • The song also samples D-Train's "You're The One For Me."


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