|"Better Watch Out"|
|Single by Ant & Dec|
|from the album The Cult of Ant & Dec|
|Released||August 12, 1996|
|Songwriter(s)||McPartlin, Donnelly, Ray Hedges, Martin Brannigan|
|Ant & Dec singles chronology|
"Better Watch Out" is the eleventh single by Ant & Dec, formerly known as PJ & Duncan and the first to be taken from their final album, The Cult of Ant & Dec .The song has no relation to Christmas. The song begins "She was a girl, God only knows / I used to love her from her head to the tip of her toes". The video starts with Ant & Dec in a barbershop.
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||10|
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