Indeed. It's a particularly resonant lyric that Karen finds much to work with to great effect in her interpretation. Given what has emerged since about her life, it just lends the song even more gravitas in hindsight. I absolutely love the cold opening 'We fell in love...' followed by the piano. 'Let Me Be the One' did something similar (although with the piano starting slightly before the vocals) and similarly sounded great. It's a brave move and also slightly wrongfoots the listener by making it seem that it's another song about being in love and how great it is, before the cracks start emerging before the first chorus. From memory, I don't think John Bettis collaborated with Palma Pascale on the lyrics but refined some of them at Richard's insistence before they recorded it. Does anyone know what exactly he changed in them?