Album: Jupiter's Darling (2004)
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  • Ann Wilson: "This one is directly autobiographical. It's about unrequited feelings and when you do something as personal as this you always run the risk of embarrassing yourself. It's hard to reveal something so intimate, but I think music is also part of the process of healing."
  • Nancy Wilson: "To me this one is very Zeppelinesque. It's got real power but it stays personal, which is what it's got to do to tell this story." >>
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    Shanny - Detroit, MI, for above 2

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  • Carson from Bellingham, WaI am a BIG Heart fan. Every album, starting with DBAnnie when I was in high school. Seen every tour since Little Queen. I know my heart songs, and this one is the most beautiful on this album. Ann's airy vocal quality on this one, and it's beautiful melody and strings. Yum. Irresistable.
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