“Because in honesty, I used to say, "I’m not violent, I’m a peacemaker." And here I am in "The Waitress" with no problems ready to rip her head off.” (The Baltimore Sun, January 30, 1994)
“The Waitress” is the second of three tracks on Under the Pink that deals with women betraying each other. The song is musically divided in two opposite poles: the calm but very tense verses with the threatening guitars in the background, and the violent outburst of the chorus. Though it’s the track just before (...)

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