Then came Pomplemoose's completely fetching version of "Don't want to miss a thing," which--now bear with me here--reveals this song as having the same kind of charm as an old standard. Without the full hard-rock intensity, it's a simple, honest statement of feeling--especially the chorus. And it's stripped of that silly harmony. Nataly Dawn's voice is so plaintive and sweet, and her mouth is so much smaller than Steven Tyler's that you won't be as distracted by her teeth. I'm not fully on board with all the effects they use--some seem like overkill, but I do dig the bridge. And I have such a new appreciation for this little ditty. It's been stuck in my head for weeks. And just try to resist getting lost in Nataly Dawn's eyes.