It’s also told from the perspective of her parents, who have their suspicions that their precious daughter is dating the “boy next door.” The evidence they have is purely circumstantial.
It’s a song about young love, told from the perspective of Craig David, who is in love with his next door neighbor, and how he and his secret girlfriend attempt to hide the romance from her parents.
The full line-up for the event, which takes place from September 1-3, has been revealed today and features artists such as Rag‘n’Bone Man, Giggs, Wiley and X Factor winner Louisa Johnson.
An undisputed legend of UK music, Craig David recently made a career comeback after almost a decade of silence, but is well known for noughties hits like Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta).
Why the girl’s parents would have any issue with him courting his daughter is never explained, but parents are like that sometimes. It does seem like if the young couple just told the truth, and if the parents just openly confronted the issue as opposed to pointing at various clues and pieces of evidence, this whole issue could have been settled.
So the question is raised, who’s being more unreasonable here, Craig, or her parents?
Finally, Sunday 10 July sees Kygo – who amassed over a billion streams in a single year – and Boy Better Know as the main acts of the day.
This is decidedly UNREASONABLE“She phoned said, “hey boy, come on right around”, So I knock at the door, You was standing with a bottle of red wine ready to pour dressed in long black Satin and Lace to the floor”The relationship comes into slightly better focus. There are some syntax issues here, Craig starts the story using the pronoun “her” when referring to his neighbor and then switches to “you”, which is confusing, because I was NOT standing with a bottle of wine and wearing a black wedding dress.They terrified me.” The singer recently released a new album, Following My Intuition.Born in 1987, I spent my formative childhood years being promised, through movies and television, that the year 2000 would bring us Robot Butlers, Flying Cars, and Teleportation. What I did get, what we all got, IN THE YEAR 2000, was “Fill Me In” by British crooner and owner of a pencil thin goatee, Craig David. It won the Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. Now, Craig David seems like a charming, friendly, handsome kid.Drum ‘n’ bass band Pendulum, whose hits include Trantula and Blood Sugar, will also be returning after a lengthy absence from performing.Renowned for delivering a range of the biggest names in pop, urban and dance music, the music extravaganza attracted some 40,000 people last year.