Sheryl Crow and "great songwriter" are words that rarely, if ever, appear in the same paragraph — and for good reason. Consider the chorus of her latest hit, "Good is Good": "And every time you hear the rolling thunder/You turn around before the lightning strikes/And does it ever make you stop and wonder/If all your good times pass you by." Could it be that Crow wants her protagonist to take more chances in life? Yeah, that'd be it. Because, with lyrics this prosaic, how could it be taken to mean anything else? As the former Mizzou sorority girl ripens into middle age, she continues to... More >>>