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This song is everything. <3 ♥.♥
Yes, it's really, really, really one of the best Blur songs.
Best use of "really, really, really" in a song, ever. 
I like the video a lot, with that Clockwork Orange style.
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There was me, that is Damon, and my three droogs, that is Graham, Alex, and Dave.
One of Blur's best! Such a beautiful and inspiring tune.
This song is 20 years old ;o)
just let them go...
Probably the best song I've ever heard.
It's a shame that Damon hates this.
my favourite blur song. it is amaaazinq~
A Clockwork Orange inspired song, not just music video. Hence the classical sounding bit.
cant listen to this song without thinking about giant headed people living on tiny planets with broken boilers
This is really really really not Blur
so fuckin' soft ! love this !!
Great song but should not of been the follow up single to Country House.
This is my favourite ever! I simply love every second of this song. :)
My favourite forever!
One of those songs I always feel like singing like it was the end of the world, even after all these years... Just brilliant!
Thanks for the song :-) Liisa :-)
I had my real first french kiss on this track....
I love this song =)
so vh1 
Less likely to have been sanctioned by the band and more likely by EMI. I might be biased, but apart from Alex, I don't think the band would be that keen to let it be used the way it has.
Ruined by British Gas.
Used in a British Gas advert, Blur must have serviced a few boilers in their time.
When the days they seem to fall through you, well, just LET THEM GO!
fuck you BG
Best blur song. And a clockwork orange inspired music video, whats not to like?
Been hijacked by British f*****g Gas and their interminable adverts, but heard like this in isolation, you can remember what a glorious tune this really is.
Note to Damon: don't give any more songs to awful polo-neck advertising types.
Bought this on cassette in 1995. I think it used on a commerical advert which kind of spoils it...
But could it really happen?
Ace in its aceness
so nostalgic <3
My favourite blur song, next too for tomorrow. <3
its a grower
Bladrin, at least it's not Suggs shilling fish fingers to the tune of Our House,
Great cover, but I do still prefer the British Gas Band orginal version if i'm honest...
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