• A haunting ballad written in Atlanta, this song is about Scott Weiland's first wife, Janina Castaneda, and the end of their relationship - they were going through a divorce at the time that was finalized in 2000. Scott's vocal is reminiscent of Jim Morrison of The Doors. >>
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