bass parts Johnny.
just came out. I couldn't think of anything else to do. I still think
it's too busy behind her voice. It works I guess.
was daddy? Well it was loosely based on Mick©s life.
the big daddy for sure. And we always call him big daddy. I was being a
little sarcastic on the chorus. You know, how can you think you©re
always so right? And I could never get the last line. Stevie gave me
last line and I can't walk away from you if I tried and I just
knew I was going to say it.
is my very favorite Chris song. And it always, always was. I really came
from a folk-singer guitar and song thing. With Chris, being an
accomplished pianist, she came from a different place. So it's like we
all have our strengths.
funny how certain little things that happen by accident in any creative
process and get left in, because somehow they are happy accidents. You
kind of have to be on the lookout for those things. Sometimes something
very small can create an ambiance and magic and something that would be
less if it didn't exist. There is a keyboard blip on the end, which
was not something she was playing interpretively. You know it wasn't
jazz! It was just her saying, hey what are you doing in there? And it
got left in there just one of things you wait for.
just decided to leave it in.