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Spitfire

by LeAnn Rimes

Spitfire by LeAnn Rimes

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Spitfire

by LeAnn Rimes

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Label: Curb Records
On Spitfire's "Kerosene"-like barn-burning opener, Rimes is decisive, offering to use her tongue like a whip while her subject runs, but as the album unfolds it reveals a singer more conflicted: On tracks like "What Have I Done," that hate turns to regret and on "Where I Stood," doubt. And just as "I Do Now" is a dancing track about how cheating songs no longer make her want to dance, "Borrowed" is a cheating song that will make you want to cry, one sung from the perspective of the cheating man's mistress. The tabloids will have their interpretation, but that shouldn't much affect yours.

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On Spitfire's "Kerosene"-like barn-burning opener, Rimes is decisive, offering to use her tongue like a whip while her subject runs, but as the album unfolds it reveals a singer more conflicted: On tracks like "What Have I Done," that hate turns to regret and on "Where I Stood," doubt. And just as "I Do Now" is a dancing track about how cheating songs no longer make her want to dance, "Borrowed" is a cheating song that will make you want to cry, one sung from the perspective of the cheating man's mistress. The tabloids will have their interpretation, but that shouldn't much affect yours.

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About This Album

On Spitfire's "Kerosene"-like barn-burning opener, Rimes is decisive, offering to use her tongue like a whip while her subject runs, but as the album unfolds it reveals a singer more conflicted: On tracks like "What Have I Done," that hate turns to regret and on "Where I Stood," doubt. And just as "I Do Now" is a dancing track about how cheating songs no longer make her want to dance, "Borrowed" is a cheating song that will make you want to cry, one sung from the perspective of the cheating man's mistress. The tabloids will have their interpretation, but that shouldn't much affect yours.