I'm Not Running Away

  • Pleasure's bluesiest number finds Feist singing about the endlessness and elusiveness of maturing as she grows older. She told The Globe: "Our heads have been six and nine and 16 and 26. Isn't that what growing up is, the accumulation of being all those versions of yourself? I feel I'm at this point where I'm supposed to rise out of all that into this adulthood – an arrival point. But it seems not to be the case."

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