The lovely A*Teens have decided to release A Perfect Match as their next single.
Those of you who have been with us since the beginning will recall that this song features the classic line "You love Grease, baby, I love Snatch".
If there's a better example of the unfortunate things that can happen when people write songs in English when it isn't their first language, we've yet to hear it. Of course, the 'Teens are simply having an innocent discussion, in song, about their taste in films, but if you've got a filthy mind (which, obviously, we do), the words can have slightly different connotations.
In the event of a UK release, we look forward to hearing an Eminem-style radio version with the offending snatch references blanked out. We also await the video with interest.
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