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    Nineties Kids Are Freaking Out Over This Fact About Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn"


    If you grew up in the '90s, you're well aware of Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn."

    Anyway, your whole life is a lie, because Imbruglia's version is a COVER.

    every "90s kid" comes of age 3 times: • 18th birthday • 21st birthday • the day they find out natalie imbruglia's version of torn is a cover


    Yep, the song was originally written by Scott Cutler and Anne Preven of the band Ednaswap, with producer Phil Thornalley assisting.

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    According to Thornalley, the song was performed live by Ednaswap and recorded by another Danish singer in 1993. Ednaswap released their first recording of the song in 1995. Later, in 1997, Thornalley worked with Imbruglia and suggested that she cover the song.

    Naturally, '90s kids everywhere are losing it.

    @VilinskiKonjic Im... I'm.... finally an adult. I just got healthcare and a job relating to my degree... I have a home.... I'm crying.

    It's causing problems.

    Soon everyone will know this and I will have no fun fact to say at parties

    Some of you out there are probably like, "duh," but hey, at least we didn't think it was a One Direction song.

    Anyway, nothing's fine, I'm all out of faith, I'm lying naked on the floor, etc.