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"Fit But You Know It"
Single by The Streets
from the album A Grand Don't Come for Free
Released March 1, 2004
Format CD single
12"
Genre UK Garage
Length 4:11
Writer(s) Mike Skinner
Producer Mike Skinner
The Streets singles chronology
"It's Too Late/Weak Become Heroes
(2002)
"Fit But You Know It"
(2004)
"Dry Your Eyes"
(2004)

"Fit But You Know It" is a song by The Streets and written/produced by Mike Skinner. It was the lead single of The Streets second album A Grand Don't Come for Free and was released on 26 April 2004; it reached number four in the UK Single Charts.

The song centers around the singer meeting a girl whose appeal is greatly marred by her high self-estimation. It is said by The Streets to be inspired by former S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens.

The song was featured in EA Sports game FIFA Football 2005.

Chart performance

The single reached number four on the UK singles chart, spending fifteen weeks inside the top 75.

In Australia, the song was ranked #18 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.

Chart
(2008)
Peak
Position[1][2]
Australian Singles Chart 37
German Singles Chart 85
Irish Singles Chart 11
Swedish Singles Chart 42
UK Singles Chart 4

Music Video

The music video for the single has a cameo of the cast of The Football Factory which includes Danny Dyer and Frank Harper.

References

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