Since I got it about three weeks ago, I’ve played it for myself a dozen or more times and put it into rotation on my webstation to hear it in the mix and all my lights get to flashing everytime it comes through the speakers. This is a terrific Woman’s Song. Brilliantly simple and honest. This confessional will ring true for more than half the women in our audience; a big percent of ‘em have been divorced and a big chunk more are just so deep into this kind of rut they got no way to get out. Sad, yes, but that’s the way it is. And they think about that boy they fell for back in their own personal prehistoric days. Again remember: Shannon is not yet signed to a label, she’s in Nashville workin’ a day job and making the rounds. So when a lister calls, tell her she can get the song straight off Shannon’s website.