I've followed Susan Boyle's rise to fame from the early stages of Britain's Got Talent. Her first CD was wonderful. Each song seemed to be a part of her life and she sang with such emotion. However, in "Someone to Watch Over Me", I was a little disappointed. Her voice is still beautiful. It was the arrangements I didn't like. The orchestra was to big and too loud. (I find this to be a common occurance too often today. The soloist if over-powered.) It overpowered her lower register in several cases and the choice of songs kept her in that register so we didn't get the beauty of her top range and power. I wasn't crazy about the choice of repertoire. When a singer is really good at one style of song, she should stay in that style as much as possible. Susan is fantastic in straight jazz..."Cry Me a River"...and she excelled at Broadway songs..."Les Miz". I'm enjoying the CD, but it cannot be compared to her first one "I Dreamed a Dream".