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Song's chords C♯, G♯, D♯m, F♯, A♯m, Fm, D♯, A♯, C♯m, A, B, E
Album So Tough
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Written by Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs, Sarah Cracknell & Ian Catt Produced by Saint Etienne Released October 1992 on Avenue and on the 2nd LP, So Tough. Notes The similarity to The Beach Boys track Wonderful is intentional. The song was originally called 'Young Heart' and was a mash-up of two songs, one written by Bob & Pete and the other by Sarah & Ian. Bob Stanley in 1995: "It's everyone's favourite. But I can't believe we put it out as a single - as if they were going to play it on the radio! We were so bloody cocky! We were so full of ourselves! We'd got to number 21 and thought "Right! Top 10 here we come", and then put that out! ... Those muffled voices in the background are actually me and Pete discussing Manic Street Preachers, left on the track really quietly". The line at the end "Oh, the clown's no good" is according to Pete Wiggs, "our advice to McDonald's, regarding their current advertising campaign". Bob Stanley in 2009: "It's pretty obscured, but we're quoting Nicky Wire from an interview talking about Traci Lords: 'People say she's unintelligent and a dirty slut but she's the most intelligent American I've ever met'. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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