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All I can say is I feel deeply flattered and honoured.... I guess I'm really lucky." Song Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Artist Bob Dylan Muse Suze Rotolo BD: "She was the most erotic thing I'd seen. And what's hard is that you remember being unsure of how life was going to go – his, mine, anybody's.
She was fair-skinned and golden-haired, full-blood Italian... She was just my type." SR: "I can recognise things [in the song]. So, from the perspective of an older person looking back, you enjoy them, but also think of them as the pain of youth, the loneliness and the struggle that youth is, or may be." Song Hey There Delilah Artist Tom Higgenson (Plain White T's) Muse Delilah Di Crescenzo TH: "When I met her I said, 'I will write you a song and it's going to be the best song I ever write and it's going to be the one that makes us famous.' When I later gave her the song I wasn't really expecting anything.
It's a song about an imaginary friend who's gonna come and save you from yourself." MM: "It feels amazing when someone writes a song for you.
But when we got divorced, he decided to take the song back! To sing that lyric I really had to accept that that was the end of something in my life.
Then something strange happened: It started to catch on.
The band re-released the track as a bonus track on their follow-up album Every Second Counts, and it continued to ascend to the upper echelon of the Billboard Hot 100, finally settling into the top spot for two weeks during the summer of 2007, a full two years after the song's initial release.
"Somehow it struck a chord with people," Tom Higgenson told MTV News.
I just wrote it and then somebody put together a video and went out and got some footage of me and Pattie, Paul and Linda, Ringo and Maureen...
so then everybody presumed I wrote it about Pattie, but actually, when I wrote it, I was thinking of Ray Charles." PB: "He told me, in a matter-of-fact way, that he had written it for me.
She just inspired the song." DD: "I knew the song was fictionalised, but the song means so much to people so I don't mind playing along with it. I had a boyfriend at the time." Song Suite: Judy Blue Eyes Artist Stephen Stills (Crosby, Stills and Nash) Muse Judy Collins SS: "It started out as a long narrative poem about my relationship with Judy Collins.
It poured out of me over many months and filled several notebooks.So she provided the name in the song." SV: "It's not just the copulation.