Just Can't Get Enough

Album: Chasing Lights (2009)
Charted: 2

Songfacts®:

  • This was originally a 1981 UK hit single for Depeche Mode. The Saturdays covered this for the 2009 BBC Comic Relief appeal, with all proceeds going to the charity.
  • Mollie of The Saturdays explained to Digital Spy why they decided to cover this tune: "It was the first song suggested and we all took to it straight away. We could instantly hear that we could make it sound like us and something that would be on our album. We didn't want to be doing a cover that didn't represent us at all. I think we've managed to keep it in our sound."
  • This did not feature on the original Chasing Lights album, but is included on a re-issued version.

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