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|Single by Squeeze|
|from the album East Side Story|
|Genre||Rock, new wave|
|Songwriter(s)||Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook Producer = Roger Bechirian & Elvis Costello|
|Squeeze singles chronology|
Author Jim Drury stated that the song was one which ex-Squeeze member Jools Holland may have enjoyed playing on, to which Glenn Tillbrook said, "Yeah. There was definitely a feeling of 'See what you're missing out on, Jools. Look at all the fun you could be having.' Paul [Carrack] did a great job on it and we recorded it virtually live in the studio." Tillbrook also said that the "song showed what a great band we had at the time, one of Squeeze's strongest line-ups."
Chris Difford said "[i]t actually sounds like Jools [Holland] playing on it. It's a breathtaking solo by Paul. Piano playing does not get any better than that. When we recorded this I felt as though I'd finally arrived, that I was in a proper band with real men. Glenn's guitar sounds very Scotty Moore, with a distant amplifier. It's reminiscent of one of Glenn's earlier solos from when we were younger and a great way to end an album."
- "Messed Around" (2:40)
- "Yap Yap Yap" (4:13)
- Tillbrook, Glenn; Difford, Chris; Drury, Jim. Squeeze: Song by Song. Sanctuary.
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