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I was raised Catholic until I was about 8-years-old, and was very captured by the ritual of it—the smells of the incense in the church and the very somber rituals.
I kept thinking that I saw Jesus walking around behind the altar and kept looking for him and thinking that he was hiding back there.
I remember telling my parents that I wanted to become a priest, and they told me I couldn't because I was girl.
I remember being taken aback by that and very impressed with a sense of injustice, as some little kids definitely have that sense of injustice.
The song, which questions how we think about and relate to God, has lyrics like, "What if God was one of us/ Just a slob like one of us." Now do you remember?
But I was always swept away by the feeling of the spiritual space inside the church and by all of the trappings—the beautiful clothing and the lovely stained glass windows, and being very much a marker [that] this is a special space inside this church. Their songs were our soundtrack, and we laughed, danced, cried and loved along with them. E., the Lilith Fair was a breath of fresh, lavender-scented air.They flashed across our radio and TV burning brightly ... As you'll find out in this regular feature, sometimes the stories behind your favorite songs are more interesting than the hits themselves. Founded in 1997 by Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah Mc Lachlan to combat what she saw as sexism in the radio and touring industries, the tour crisscrossed North America for three summers before folding up its tent.Saint Joan was called Joan of Arc because her name was Jehanne D'arc which is french and translates to Joan of Arc.Interview by Dena Ross Unless you're a dedicated fan, you probably know Joan Osborne's radio-friendly 1995 hit, "One of Us" more than you know her name or face.