I sort of accidentally hit play on the Leeds Secret Garden today, and as is somehow usual with me, I started listening on a loop, then I got totally absorbed in the song.
So... I think it was a mistake to shelve the 1994 relationship album. I read somewhere that it was Landau's idea to go with the career overview instead.
I checked some aincent sites (really weird, if I may say so), and there were people discussing whether it was a song about a prostitute, or about the inaccessibility of the most deepest levels of a woman's soul. 🤯
Bruce said it was darkly erotic and centered around the mysteries that remains between partners, even the closest of relationships.
I like what Bruce said, although I have days when the darkly erotic seems more predominant, and others when I hear the song in a more romantic, sentimental way. Which I guess makes the song more ambiguous and intriguing, and even better.
The sax solo is blissful, but I can't decide whether I like the greatest hits version more, or the strings version.
Any visitors to the Secret Garden around here? Anyone ever got in?