The bespectacled singer’s latest, The Way It Really Is, starts off promisingly with ”Window Shopping,” an invitation to try on a relationship like a pair of Jimmy Choos: ”Take me home/The tags are on/It’s still a loan.” It’s deadpan clever in a Liz Phair way. Lisa Loeb tries on different metaphors elsewhere, like rubbernecking a romance wreck in ”Accident.” Her writing is stronger than ever, and the material is curiously light on its feet.
The Way It Really Is The bespectacled singer's latest, The Way It Really Is, starts off promisingly with ''Window Shopping,'' an invitation to try on a relationship...The Way It Really Is The bespectacled singer's latest, The Way It Really Is, starts off promisingly with ''Window Shopping,'' an invitation to try on a relationship...2004-08-13
Lead Performer: Lisa Loeb; Producer (group): Zoe
Posted August 13 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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