This is how we feel.
The illusion has changed into something real, and what's real is that Natalie Imbruglia’s "Torn" is a cover.
Give me a minute here...
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So, according to NME, the 1997 single from Natalie is actually a cover. Or rather, a cover of a cover.
Alternative Rock band Ednaswap wrote "Torn" in 1993:
The song "Torn" by the band that wrote and recorded it before it was taken from them. Real musicians manually playing musical instruments on a song THEY ACTUALLY WROTE. From "Wacko Magneto" 1997 * Anne Preven - Vocals * Rusty Anderson - Guitar * Scott Cutler - Guitar * Paul Bushnell - Bass * Carla Azar - Drums Ednaswap was a band from Los Angeles, United States.
... And then a Danish singer named Lis Sørensen released it in her native language, which is clearly the tone that Imbruglia took with it:
Official Music Video (C) 2013 Warner Music Denmark
I feel like I've been lied to my whole life.
every "90s kid" comes of age 3 times: * 18th birthday * 21st birthday * the day they find out natalie imbruglia's version of torn is a cover
Nothing's fine. I'm TORN.
Natalie Imbruglia's official music video for 'Torn'. Click to listen to Natalie Imbruglia on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/NatalieISpotify?IQid=NatImbTorn As featured on Glorious - The Singles 1997 - 2007.
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