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Album: Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (1993)
  • Asked what inspired this track during a Reddit AMA, McLachlan replied: "The idea behind that song was the desire to separate myself from my parents. And become my own person. And let go of the demands and expectations that they placed on me, and it's all about becoming your own person and not being held back."

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