Call us bitter, but we simply don't have any words in us to express love beyond "I'd hit it." It is therefore astounding to us that Lee Lessack deftly assembled seventeen swoony-croony ballads for , a collection of gay love songs. If you yearn for sultry saxaphones and cry when you hear the song "The Rose," there's simply no better you can do. They're all classic tunes, slow and dreamy, including "Let it Be Me," "Summer Wine," and a number from Wicked, sung by or for men who love men. It's an album that's sure to make you either laugh or cry hysterically, depending on what sort of stuff you're made of.

In Good Company