Just came across this. I always enjoy hearing an artist talk about what inspired them to create something that's impacted me. I remember when "You Oughta Know" first came out, it scared the s--t out of me like a lot of men, and I think that's why I love it. It was so raw and visceral, at first I didn't like you. But as the words sunk in, I got where the anger and pain was coming from. I don't hear it on the radio much where I am now, and I think that's a shame. Your honesty helps me to be honest, even when it's scary.

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