Ed Sheeran will sing about going 90 mph, but doesn’t condone driving that fast

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Ed Sheeran’s latest album features an ode to his home of Suffolk called “Castle on a Hill.” In it, the singer reminisces about friendship, coming of age, and drives down open country roads.

One of his lyrics goes, “I’m on my way, driving at 90 down those country lanes.”

In response to the new hit, Sgt. Chris Harris of the Norfolk Police tweeted a clever message to Sheeran and anyone listening to “Castle on a Hill.”

#DriveToArrive @edsheeran

Know you want to get home but please slow down on #SuffolkRoads#WelcomeBackEd #DrivingAt90 #CastleOnTheHill pic.twitter.com/BtVKNAr2XF

— Sgt Chris Harris (@RPFOUSgt) …

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Via: Mashable: Music

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