Rachael Yamagata's "Even If I Don't" is a paean to the pain inherent in both staying in an unhealthy relationship and letting go.

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Rachael Yamagata in Concert on Mountain Stage - 04/07/09
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Rachael Yamagata Writes To Overcome
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Rachael Yamagata, Recorded Live In Concert
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