Back To Manhattan

  • This ballad describes Jones' breakup with boyfriend-bassist Lee Alexander and her moving out of the Brooklyn home that they once shared. A number of the tracks on The Fall appear to have been inspired by the demise of their relationship.

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  • Brady from Niagara Falls, NyKeep on going back to hear Norah Jones
    gotta listen for a phones;
    that may be for me
    listen, listen is that song for me?
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