Annabelle

Songfacts®:

  • This is one of three original tracks off Macy Gray's Stripped record. "'Annabelle' is one of my favorite songs on the album," Gray said. "It speaks to all the suffering you go through when you're trying to quit a habit. At the same time the mood of the song inspires a craving for a big fat joint."
  • Other artists that recorded songs about an Annabelle (or Annabel) include Fraternity, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Band of Horses, Stevie Nicks and Goldfrapp.

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