Written by Alanis Morissette & Glen Ballard
[from: 'Jagged Little Pill', Maverick, 1995]
Music This is my favourite Morissette track. It captures the essence of what she’s been trying to do, with all the props and guitars which usually flood her tracks entirely absent. Unlike everything else it doesn’t have many words syndrome, but like her best songs it’s a list. When she performs it live, it’s always with a minor guitar accompaniment which seems out of place as though someone else has joined her trek through her ex-lover’s new life. Keep it natural [originally written twelve years ago].
[Commentary: This is still my favourite Morissette track. It captures he essence was what seemed like she was trying to do before the props and guitars really began to flood her tracks. Unlike everything it doesn't have many words syndrome, even though considered her recent excesses it is a list. When she recreated it for the acoustic album, it was with a guitar accompaniment which was out of place and along with the vocals made it sound like a sub-Sarah McLachlan b-side. Keep it natural.]