All the Ways
by Wet

Album: Don't You (2016)
  • This song finds Kelly Zutrau battling with the fear of losing the man she loves. The Wet frontwoman told Billboard magazine about the recording of the track:

    "That was the song we struggled with most on the album. We finished it the day we went in to mix it because we had to hand something in. It was the last day of mixing and we wanted it to be on the album, but it just didn't feel finished. We have so many versions of that song - many, many versions. It would be fun to go back and listen to them all, actually."

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