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Ash : Sometimes

Eternal, idealised teenagerdom, in other words.

Always ones to wear their hearts on their sleeves, Ash's world is one of love bites, cigarettes (which "keep me skinny") and lost holiday romances. Eternal, idealised teenagerdom, in other words. 'Sometimes' is basically a My Guy magazine photo love story set to music, and would be the perfect showstopper in an indie version of Grease.





Alex Needham

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