Come Back to What You Know

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"Come Back to What You Know"
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Single by Embrace
from the album The Good Will Out
Released 25 May 1998
Recorded 21 January – 9 May 1997, Studio, Indianapolis, Indiana
Genre Alternative rock, Britpop
Length 4:09
Label Hut
Writer(s) Danny McNamara and Richard McNamara
Producer(s) Youth
Embrace singles chronology
"All You Good Good People"
(1997)
"Come Back to What You Know"
(1998)
"My Weakness Is None of Your Business"
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

"Come Back to What You Know" is a song by English rock band Embrace, released as the 4th single from their debut album The Good Will Out on 25 May 1998. Quite possibly their most renowned song, it remained the band's highest charting single, reaching number 6 in the UK singles chart, until the release of "Nature's Law".

The song "Love Is Back" is featured on the B-sides compilation Dry Kids: B-Sides 1997-2005.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Danny McNamara and Richard McNamara.

CD 1
No. Title Length
1. "Come Back to What You Know" 4:09
2. "Love Is Back" 3:51
3. "If You Feel Like a Sinner" 2:53
4. "Perfect Way" 3:00
CD 2
No. Title Length
1. "Come Back to What You Know" 4:09
2. "Butter Wouldn't Melt (Live at the ICA)" 3:25
3. "Dry Kids (Live at the ICA)" 3:00
4. "Come Back to What You Know (Orchestral Version)" 4:09

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