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2:1 (Matthews/Elastica)
Published by EMI Music.
This is the Mark Radcliffe version. Other versions: Evening Session, album.

Donna: "Inspired by doing a gig in Newport - the first before my family and friends. The song's about putting on a brave face when you're really, really nervous. It's about conquering fear."


keeping a brave face
in circumstances
is impossible
cannot describe
so many decisions
it\'s impossible
to know which is
the proper order
the best position
to be in
take advantage
or so it seems
the way it goes

keeping a brave face
in circumstances
is impossible
cannot describe
so many decisions
it\'s impossible
to know which is
the proper order
the best position
to be in
take advantage
or so it seems
the way it goes

Justine Frischmann (vox/guitar), Donna Matthews (back vox/guitar), Annie Holland (bass), Justin Welch (drums)

Recorded for BBC Radio 1 Mark Radcliffe's Graveyard Shift, 28 March 1995.

Produced by Lis Roberts
Engineered by Tony Worthington

Available on:
The Radio One Sessions