This track, recorded in 1990, was from my first solo CD. It’s an example of the small, vignette-style songs I was writing at the time. In an attempt to refine my work, I considered how what is not said in a lyric is often more relevant than what is said. I suppose that’s because by imparting only a hint of something, we create space for the listener to participate in the storytelling. The ambiguity can make for a mysterious and often beautiful misunderstanding.