Ever work a song to death? The band I write for now...they are a tough audience. I deal with a lot of rejection. The upside is that when they like something, they really like it, and give generously of themselves to make it as good as possible. I brought them a new tune a month ago; we ran it through, they liked it, but we all agreed it needed some work. In the end, I wrote a bridge for it, more or less out of desperation (it took 10 minutes...I think if it had taken any longer I might have given up on it), and now they're really behind it. The problem is, I've worked it and reworked it so many times I've sort of lost sight of whatever it was that motivated me to write it in the first place. It is a very strange feeling when everyone but you likes what you did... Just venting.