We have got so used to hearing people on TV talent shows chasing a place in the celebrity landfill site of underachievement waxing lyrical (if only) about what the cover they have chosen to torture our ears with really means to them. The following story is generally the saddest thing you have ever heard, but not in the sense they would like. So, when you come across an artist choosing to re-imagine and re-explore a song to which they have a genuine connection, it feels like the coolest breeze of the sweetest air imaginable…

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