The Zutons want to work with Amy Winehouse but are wary of her wild side.
The British band say they would like to collaborate with the troubled singer - who recorded a version of their hit track 'Valerie' with super producer Mark Ronson - but fear they couldn't keep up with her on a night out.
Frontman Dave McCabe explained to BANG Showbiz: "I really like her version of 'Valerie'. I think it's a totally positive thing, plus we get paid for it! I'd like to have a go at working with her, but I'm not sure what we'd do."
"I don't know if I'd go out with her though - if we took her to Liverpool, she would probably get us into loads of s**t like she does in London when she is drunk, only it would be worse."
The original version of 'Valerie' reached number nine in the British singles chart when it was released in June 2006, while Amy and Mark's version hit the number two spot last October.
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