But along with love, as mentioned before, this EP is also quite nostalgic. Lee emphasizes missing her childhood in the two remaining tracks, "Wishing Well" and "All Your Love," singing of how thankful she is for everyone who made her childhood as wonderful as it was, not unlike the old Edens Edge song "Cherry Pie." "All Your Love" is the better of the two tracks, an ode to Lee's parents. The song is one of the most country songs on the EP, with the fiddle and acoustic guitar based production. The song is sweet, and can be sickly sweet at some points, but it does round out the EP nicely.
Alexandra Lee has the voice and the lyrics to have great success. As a follow up to her incredible debut EP, this collection falls slightly short, but only because of the length of it, and because of the lightness of the topics discussed on it. However, there is no doubt that Lee can surpass herself and release music that is better than anything she has ever released before in the near future.
Best tracks: Catch My Breath, All Your Love
Throwaway tracks: Wishing Well
Overall rating: 4 crowns