This is one of the songs that stood out for me when I first listened to Confessions for the first time and is still a favorite of mine today. I could picture it in a Broadway or movie musical and when I saw the Confessions performance I felt that even more. I think it’s a great anthem for her although it’s a little more understated and not quite as in your face as some of her other songs of this type and therefore tends to slip beneath the radar and is also I think a bit underappreciated. She sings with a great confidence and this type of song really suits her voice and plays to her strengths. Though there are some cliches, I think there are also some great lyrics as well. The Confessions performance is so well done – so simple yet so arresting and she totally sells it – a personal highlight of that show for me. An awesome yet somewhat quiet ending to an otherwise non stop dance album – it’s the kind of the song you might sing alone when everyone else has gone home I suppose.