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This song was played at the funeral of serial killer Aileen Wuornos as part of her final request. She had listened to the song and the entire album Tigerlily continually while on death row. When confronted with this, Natalie was initially shocked but gave permission to use the song in the documentary Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer, saying that "It's very odd to think of the places my music can go once it leaves my hands. If it gave her some solace, I have to be grateful." Wuornos was also the subject of the film Monster. (thanks, Shaney - Harlingen, TX)
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