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This song was their second UK No.1 single and stayed at the top of the charts for six weeks becoming the best-selling single of 1983.
Boy George came up with the lyrics for this song and later admitted that he wrote the lyrics about his relationship with the band's drummer Jon Moss. They had a secret affair for about six years and George expressed his hurt with these song words.
This was the lead single from their second album 'Colour By Numbers'. It reached number two in the U.K. but was kept off the top spot by David Bowie's 'Let's Dance'.
This song was the follow-up to 'Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?' and reached number three in the UK. It had more success in the States where the song went to number two, held back from the top spot by 'Flashdance' - Irene Cara.
This was the last single off the 'Colour By Numbers' album and went to number four. It was originally called 'It's America' but the name was later changed.