Lost In Transition, by Sixpence None the Richer

It’s been 14 years since Sixpence None the Richer released the single “Kiss Me.” That irresistible pop song dominated the radio, peaked at number two on Billboard’s Hot 100, anchored the movie She’s All That and provided a backdrop for the wedding of Britain’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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