Parallel Lines

Album: Colour Me Free (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • This is a track from English R&B singer–songwriter Joss Stone's fourth studio album, Colour Me Free.
  • The song features legendary English rock artist Jeff Beck and American musician Sheila E, who is best known for her work with Prince in the 1980s.
  • Stone explained to Radio Bonn that this song is "about how people every day together past go without saying 'Hello'. You know the world need to come together and enjoy our different personalities and energy. But sometimes in the city they run past simply and it doesn't matter to them."

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