I Miss Her

  • Jessie's impressive vocal range soars over this piano composition as she sings about a relative suffering from Alzheimer's. "It's about somebody in my family who's unwell, and it's the most personal song I've ever written," she told The Daily Mail. "That person is still here, but they are not their old selves any more."

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