Co-written with lead guitarist and future husband Len Tuckey, this is another of Quatro's autobiographical songs. The title is self-explanatory, although it contrasts sharply with "Sometimes Love Is Letting Go
," which was also inspired by her mother
, but the two songs are separated by more than three decades. Helen Quatro died in 1991, and was obviously a big influence in her life. Quatro's autobiography, Unzipped
, is dedicated to her.
Alexander Baron - London, England