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- Posted on Apr 15th 2010 11:00AM by Benjy Eisen
Cullum says that the words came first for this one and then he built the music to match. The drums, for instance, sound like a locomotive while the piano riff has a cyclical feel. Those parts combine with the lyrical motif to give 'Wheels' a feeling of perpetual motion.
"There's a lot of poetic meaning in it," Cullum admits to Spinner. "But don't tell anyone -- it's supposed to be a pop song." And a great pop song at that. Check out the video after the jump.