Jewel's sixth effort is a lilting acoustic-y record with ethereal leanings, plenty of canned, overproduced studio gloss and occasional dangerous forays into mild rock. Obviously not for the faint of heart. Jewel has moved from wondering who will save your soul to who will fix her broken heart. Her poetics range in depth from airplane references to collages of kisses, and even contain the line "Goodbye yellow brick road." Seriously. There's also a track titled The Words Get In The Way. Yes, they do.