"Crazy English Summer" as written by Rollo Armstrong, Ayalah Deborah Bentovim and Zoe Johnston....
Fields of fire that passed the train
The sky is victorious but here comes the rain
Friday is taking me home again,
And I've nothing but you on my mind.

Grass is greener without the pain,
I think that I'm changing but I'm just the same
My sun is a ascending again
And I've nothing but you on my mind

Sometimes I feel like I'm glad to be free,
Sometimes I still want your arms around me
Sometimes I'm glad to have left you behind,
The Crazy English Summer has put you back on my mind.
Life's a riot a lover a friend,
Pity the day that it has to end
Friday come speed me home again,
I've nothing but you on my Mind.

Sometimes I feel like i'm fine on my own,
Fifty Thousand miles from home.
Sometimes I'm weak and the past is my guide,
Summer returns and puts you back on my mind

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"Crazy English Summer" as written by Rollo Armstrong Bentovim Ayalah Deborah Bentovim Ayalah Deborah

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    General Commentthis song is about a recent breakup and fresh wounds. the narrator obviously enjoys the freedom, but misses the security. this song was the best kept secret on the album, until it was released as a single. no harm done, i think, but truly one of Faithless's finer works.

    the vocalist/writer of this choon is Zoe Johnston, formerly of the electronic group Dusted.
    roger wilcoon May 13, 2002   Link

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