I love Gajin Wilk’s voice. It has this resonance that really brings the pain of the song’s narrator out. Love is often selfish (but is that really love?). The fact is this is a great pop song for those who love great pop, not the bland pap most radios play. If there is any justice in this world, Gajin Wilk will be a superstar. He’s got the pipes, he’s got the looks, and he knows his limitations. Coming from California, he outshines the competition by just being casual and himself.