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The first known use of the F-word was in 1503 in the poetry of William Dunbar and so when Eamon,who was the first to include it in the title of a number one hit, it could have been paraded as the 500th anniversary edition.
The word was banned from broadcasting for many years and the first person to say it on the BBC was the theatre critic, Ken Tynan, in an arts programme in 1965.
The generally held view is that John Lennon was the first person to include the word in a song which he did on Working Class Hero in 1970 but surprisingly Al Stewart, had beaten him to it with his song Love Chronicles a year earlier.
She commented at the time, “The most important thing is that the material had to be great and that the songs had an authenticity, a believability about them.
The track uses a similar melody to Eamon's chart-topper. In the album charts, British band Keane debuted at number one with their first album Hopes and Fears.
It knocked off Guns N' Roses best-of, which is now at number three.
Eamon promoted the album on stadium dates, opening for Britney Spears.
“I come from a nice home,” he said, “I’m not talking about gang-banging or guns or stuff like that because that’s not what I’m about.” Frankee, who is 2006, signed with Big Management and released the single Watch Me as a digital download only.