Album: The Blessed Unrest (2013)
  • Bareilles uses Adam and Eve as an allegory as she sings of her life changing move from her home state of California to New York. "I found myself a little stuck in the disillusionment in Los Angeles," she explained to VH1, "and this is about letting go of that and moving into a different space."

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