Deana's major label days are apparently long gone, but that leaves her with more flexibility to record whatever she feels is right for her. That's really what music should be about, but it's not always what sells best. I really hope this album does the business because it deserves to.
The songs are mostly about relationships, but there always appear to be many different situations that songwriters can use and Deana has found what are, at the very least, new twists on old themes. Sometimes the problem is the man in her life (You can't stay, a song in which she wants him to go so that she can be free to start again with another man), sometimes she observes another woman's problem (I know better) and sometimes the problem is hers (I'll save my love for you, in which she seems to want a man she can't have - at least not for a while). The whole album is rounded off nicely by the title track.
Deana is not the most prolific recording artist, but she always delivers quality. This album maintains that tradition.