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For music fans on both sides of the equator, this is a very good thing.
Born among the hearty seafaring folk of Canada’s Halifax, Nova Scotia, Poltz has lived most of his life in Southern California, where the sun treated his rocky Canadian DNA like clothes in a dryer.
No info on alternate lyrics, or whether it was used in a movie, but I wasn't looking for that. Also, based on the username of the OP, I find it delightfully ironic that the name of Jewel's latest album is Goodbye Alice in Wonderland.
A quick Usenet search shows there are two versions of this song- an album version and a radio version.
I just have to add that this song is really emotional! I first heard this song some years back when I was about 8 years old I think and then I started searching for the song after I hearing it in an office waiting for a job interview. I also like how it mention the things we do everyday, it's such a lovely song. I love how it mentions the simple things we all do in a day.
It's also sad in how she's saying how her lover is meant for her regardless of their break up. I like how it sounds country and it reminds me of the country too. Like breakfast, showering, phone call, going to the movies, brushing your teeth, etc.
And I dressed like King Kong and got to destroy everything. A big guy named Arturo had to carry me out and they sent me home in a cab. I actually have a Tennessee license plate and driver’s license now, which is funny because I’m such a beach guy.
But I really like living here in Nashville and can see being here for at least the next five years.
Now, two decades later, the former San Diego singer-songwriter bares her soul in vivid detail in her memoir “Never Broken — Songs Are Only Half the Story.” "I did not write a ‘tell-all’,” stresses Jewel, who nonetheless cuts right to the chase in her new book. 15 by the Penguin Random House-owned Blue Rider Press.
Does this mean the new Poltz home will soon echo with the sound of newborn Little Stevies and Steves crawling to and fro? A: “The first one, because Mojo Nixon came out and did a song he had written, called ‘Steve Poltz Is An Old Mother(expletive)!