Juliana Hatfield - My Sister

About "My Sister"

"My Sister" is a song written by American singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield, recorded with her band the Juliana Hatfield Three, released as the debut single from Hatfield's sophomore album Become What You Are. After a period of working with fellow rock artists the Lemonheads following the breakup of her first band, Blake Babies, Hatfield recruited drummer Todd Philips and bassist Dean Fisher to form the Juliana Hatfield Three, who then recorded Become What You Are and "My Sister". Contrary to the content of the song, Hatfield does not have a sister, and inspiration was drawn from an older woman whom she saw as a sister figure.

The song became the biggest hit of Hatfield's career, reaching number one on the US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. It also became a minor hit in the United Kingdom, peaking at number 71 on the UK Singles Chart. In Australia, the song peaked at number 99 on the ARIA Singles Chart and appeared on the 1993 Triple J Hottest 100 list at number 37.

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