Song: "Indian Summer"
Album: Graffiti on the Train
"'Indian Summer' was a track I found on an old garage band session, it was the verse melody," Stereophonics' guitarist and singer Kelly Jones tells Rolling Stone. "I never use garage band it was a single take showing my girlfriend what it was. I listened to it again four years later and liked it, I wrote the lyric and the chorus came as I was walking through the door of the studio. So, on one hand it was a very fast song to write – it just took me four years!"
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