whether or not your an 80s fan, most people are familiar with the famous prince hit. the be good tanyas take a more country/ folk feel, but both versions let the lyrics tell the story, without putting too sad of a soundtrack to it, which works well to highlight the poignant honesty of the words.
an 80s dance hit with a hidden heart, or a modern folk retelling from a female perspective? which do you prefer?
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