"I think," says Mary Bogue, "one of the greatest compliments I have ever had is when I sing this and am later approached by people who say that it touched them so deeply that they wept. I believe we have all known that depth of despair and regret, missed opportunity and fear that the one we love so much would unthinkingly share his or her affection with a stranger rather than ourselves. Whether you've caught your partner in a full blown affair or an online chat, betrayal and hurt is nonetheless the result. And yet, we still plead, "Don't go to strangers, darling, come to me.'"
Don Wolff, the Program Host of "I Love Jazz" Radio Show, wrote, "I thought Etta owned Don't Go To Strangers but she would love the way you sing it with feeling." Here's your chance to see if you agree. 02_Dont_Go_To_Strangers_1.m4a