Made-Up Lovesong 43

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"Made-Up Lovesong #43"
Single by Guillemots
from the album Through the Windowpane
Released 26 June 2006
Format 7", CD
Recorded 2005-2006
Genre Alternative rock, chamber pop
Length 3:41
Label Polydor
Songwriter(s) Fyfe Dangerfield
Producer(s) Fyfe Dangerfield
Guillemots singles chronology
"We're Here"
(2006)
"Made-Up Lovesong #43"
(2006)
"Trains to Brazil"
(2006)
"We're Here"
(2006)
"Made-Up Lovesong #43"
(2006)
"Trains to Brazil"
(2006)
Through the Windowpane track listing
  1. "Little Bear"
  2. "Made-Up Lovesong #43"
  3. "Trains to Brazil"
  4. "Redwings"
  5. "Come Away With Me"
  6. "Through the Windowpane"
  7. "If the World Ends"
  8. "We're Here"
  9. "Blue Would Still Be Blue"
  10. "Annie, Let's Not Wait"
  11. "And If All..."
  12. "São Paulo"

"Made-Up Lovesong #43" is a song by Guillemots, from their album, Through the Windowpane. It was released as a single; their first to be chart-eligible, reaching number 23 in the UK Singles Chart. An older version of the song appears on I Saw Such Things in My Sleep EP and From the Cliffs.

Track listing[edit]

CD single
  1. "Made-Up Lovesong #43"
  2. "Woody Brown River" (demo)
  3. "The Dormouse & The Meerkat"
  4. "Made-Up Lovesong #43" (Video)
7" Picture Disc
  1. "Made-Up Lovesong #43"
  2. "Parafuso"
  3. "Atina"
7" single
  1. "Made-Up Lovesong #43"
  2. "Dunes "

Other appearances[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • According to the inside of the CD's cover, Shingai Shoniwa (of Noisettes) contributes "joyous additional singin' & clickin'"
  • The song has been heard twice in the background on popular British soap-opera, "Coronation Street" in 2006 and also featured on the Channel 4 drama Sugar Rush. In 2010 it appeared in the pilot episode of the BBC drama Reunited.
  • On 18 June 2006, the band performed this song for their only appearance on "Top of the Pops", one day before it was announced that the show was to be cancelled
  • The song has featured on three different releases, each with a different version of the title; "Made Up Love Song #43", "Made-Up Lovesong #43" and "Made Up Lovesong #43". These appear on the CD single, their debut album Through the Windowpane and their From the Cliffs EP respectively