Today's Tedious Link:
Free, All Right Now
'Never Forget' should have been Take That's last single, but they then released 'How Deep Is Your Love', which was originally a hit for the Bee Gees. The Bee Gees were famous for having big hair and big teeth. Big teeth is also a characteristic of lions and tigers which live in the wild. 'Wild Thing' was a 1966 hit for The Troggs, whose singer Reg Presley also wrote 'Love Is All Around', which was a hit for Wet Wet Wet from the soundtrack of the film 'Four Weddings And A Funeral, which starred Hugh Grant. Hugh Grant was caught in controversy in 1998 with hooker Divine Brown. Divine Brown shares the same surname as Gordon Brown, who's the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister lives at no10. Ten is the amount of years in a decade, which is one tenth of a century, which is one tenth of a millenium. 'Millenium' was a hit for Robbie Williams, who used to go out with Nicole Appleton, who's now with Liam Gallagher, who used to be with Patsy Kensit, who was married to Jim Kerr, who wrote a song about Nelson Mandela's incarceration, but he's free so it's all right now, which links to Free and 'All Right Now'.
Released - June 1970
Highest UK Chart Position - #2
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