Lost In Transition, by Sixpence None the Richer
Itâ€™s been 14 years since Sixpence None the Richer released the single â€śKiss Me.â€ť That irresistible pop song dominated the radio, peaked at number two on Billboardâ€™s Hot 100, anchored the movie Sheâ€™s All That and provided a backdrop for the wedding of Britainâ€™s Prince Edward. Little did many listeners know that the song came from a group named for a C. S. Lewis analogy concerning God-bestowed gifts.
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