In my top 3 favorites from Elliott...it may not be the longest, most powerful song of his, but it's got a certain innocence and sense of intimacy to it. In all honesty his voice at the beginning of the recording could have a lot to do with it too. For someone so unsure of himself, he rarely failed to woe people with the realization that it IS okay to sulk, dwell and feel miserably fucked every now & then, am i right?

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