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What You Want is the first track and the first single released from Evanescence's self-titled third album; released August 9th, 2011. It features heavy riffs, strong vocals, and has a theme of freedom. It is one of the only two Evanescence songs which were officially remixed (the other one being Lies): the remixed version was done by Elder Jepson and it was officially released along with the studio version in the German Commercial Single.
In an interview with MTV news, Amy Lee said:
"It's about freedom — that's definitely a constant theme on the record — but, it's like Evanescence, and me, and my relationship with the music and the fans, and coming to that [realization] of "This is what I'm supposed to do ... I want to do this," and when it says, "Remember who you really are," that's exactly everything you could assume it means." (more...)
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