While on the surface appearing as a warm, luscious blues piece, the details reveal a… double entendre? No, how about a TRIPLE entendre! Deeply intimate, beautifully sincere; a beautifully rich piece of music!
Here’s the link to the original song by Chris Cornell:
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Credits: Music written and performed by Chris Cornell
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