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Now, two decades later, the former San Diego singer-songwriter bares her soul in vivid detail in her memoir “Never Broken — Songs Are Only Half the Story.” "I did not write a ‘tell-all’,” stresses Jewel, who nonetheless cuts right to the chase in her new book. 15 by the Penguin Random House-owned Blue Rider Press.
Her new album, “Picking Up the Pieces,” will be released Friday by Sugar Hill Records. After her parents split up when she was a child, Jewel writes, her father, Atz Kilcher, was abusive to her and her two brothers.
I think the lyrics were pretty much the same, but the album version seems just a bit slower to me.
Also, I think it's not accompanied by percussion, like the single version is, and it also sounds about a semitone lower than the single version, probably due to the guitar being detuned.
I don't have the lyrics, but you might find them by googling "Steve Poltz"I saw him perform that live, with that monologue, in 1996 while the Jewel version was still a big hit. He's got a lot of personality, he's a great storyteller, and the musicianship is top-notch.
I saw him at the House of Blues, which is a pretty big stage to fill when you're performing just solo acoustic.
It then goes into a story about going to Las Vegas to meet with David Cassidy (to write him a hit song), getting wasted, being thrown out of a casino, and, on the way to the police car, running across a busker singing her version of "You were meant for me." Instead of putting money in her guitar case, he takes his "royalties." Is that the version you are looking for?
Jewel was always good at making, and saving, money. One day, my car was towed, because I owed 2 in parking citations. I hope that, if anyone takes anything away from my book, it’s that nothing’s black and white.“My mother and father are just human, not all good or bad. And what I tried to show is, (by doing so) you can do a lot with that.
One of the best performaces by an unknown opener ever. You owe me 2 and 3/4 cents right now for the airplay!!!!!
My favorite part of the "You Were Meant for Me" Monologue: After he drunkenly offends David Cassidy and is being carried out of the casino by security: as the security guards carried me through the lobby, "You Were Meant for Me" was playing on the in-house sound system. " Also funny, earlier in the song he comments "this next line is kind of lame when it's a guy singing it" immediately before singing the line "I break the yolk and make a smilie face".
Not long after she turned 30, Jewel writes: “I found out that not only was all my money gone, but I was several million dollars in debt.
The same year I came to believe that my mom, who was also my manager, was not the person I thought she was.” Prolonged legal entanglements and a chilling estrangement followed.