You know, we haven't had anything resembling country yet this month, so let's go with it today.
k.d. lang did start off as a country artist in the late 80's, finding success in both the US and her native Canada. However, when she embraced a slightly poppier sound in the early 90's, she achieved her biggest hit outside of Canada - today's feature. By moving away from country, she found a larger audience - and earned a Grammy.
The song itself - which lang co-wrote - is a song about, well, constant craving. It features both her rich voice alone, and multi-part harmonies. In kind of a funny coincidence, the Rolling Stones were (perhaps not consciously) inspired by this song when writing their 1997 single "Anyone Seen My Baby" - so much so that they gave lang a co-writing credit. This was not due to a lawsuit. This was due to Keith Richards being that big a fan of the song.
Also, I hear this song on in-store radio literally every time I go to Wegmans. Not a joke.