This song, the first single from Sam Phillips's critically acclaimed Martinis and Bikinis album - her 3rd as Sam and 7th overall - was a true departure from her Christian music days. The line "I need God, not the political church" is really a slap in the face to that world. However, it's also some of the most critically acclaimed music of her career, and a revelation of what was to come.
And by a revelation of what was to come, I mean it is said that the photos of Sam used in the album art directly led to her role as a mute terrorist in Die Hard With A Vengeance. Yep, that was her. You didn't know that, did you? You learned something today.
Now listen to this and learn some new good music.
Did you like that? Well, here she is performing the song on late night television in 1994. It sounds strange to hear the song without the background vocals (which were also Sam, by the way), but it's also a pure rendition.
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