Hard Enough

Songfacts®:

  • Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis joins Flowers for this duet in which the Killers singer laments how hard it is to be away from his wife, Tana. "She's always popped into my mind whenever I think about getting a female vocalist involved because she's a fellow child of Las Vegas, too," Flowers told the NME about the collaboration with Lewis. "A lot of people don't realize that, but she was actually born there, in the same hospital as [Killers drummer] Ronnie Vannucci Jr., only a few weeks apart!"

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