Jewel is quick to point out that, unlike popstars like Britney Spears, she writes her own lyrics and melodies, and experimenting with a club sound came naturally to her. “[On] some of the songs, I started off using dance beats right away,” she tells Ray Rodgers of the New York Daily News. “‘Run to You’ is a really urgent, longing song with a kind of folk melody, but this really thunk, thunk, thunk dance beat driving it. To me, that beat suits a certain kind of poetic lyric. To marry those kinds of things just seemed like a very natural thing to me.”
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