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Grafton Street (song)[edit]

Grafton Street is a song by the English pop singer Dido which features in her new album "Safe Trip home", out on the 17th of november.[1] The song is considered Dido's masterpiece, with her moving lyrics, which apparently talk about Dido's feelings after the death of her father, and the Celtic- influenced music. In fact at the end of the song, Dido herself plays the flute in an unexpected a-solo which could move to tears. "Grafton Street" is the name of an Irish street, which is probably linked to Dido's experience of life during the time in which her father was at the hospital or to sometime spent with her father about which Dido remembers. The song is expedcted to be the second single released from the album, after Don't believe in love. In fact, while "Don't believe in love" has just entered the Euro chart and there hasn't been an official worldwide release and video yet for the song, "Grafton Street" is already among the Bubbling under Chart, entering this "under 200" chart on the 14th of October, at number 62.[2] Adrianacleto (talk) 22:29, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

Irrelevant information[edit]

I have removed a paragraph about an isolated instance of street crime on the street, as it seems irrelevant and gives the impression that this is an important feature of the street, which it is not. I also question whether Michael Bublé turning on Christmas lights 2 years ago is really essential.Joe Byrne -- Plé -- Contribs - :ga: - :fr: - Ichthus.svg - 01:54, 25 May 2013 (UTC)

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