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WELCOME TO TRUTH | Documentary
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Written by Anastacia, Kara DioGuardi , and John Shanks and released as the album's third single in Europe on November 8, , the song chronicles Anastacia's strained relationship with her father, who left her at a young age, along with the singer's battle with breast cancer. While "Welcome to My Truth" failed to match overall the success of its predecessors, " Left Outside Alone " and " Sick and Tired ", it fared relatively well in certain European nations, such as Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain. The song was well received by music critics. In the music video, a young girl is seen watching her parents having a fight, while clips are shown of Anastacia in a garden singing that "she has hit about a million walls". The father — played by actor Wade Williams — reluctantly leaves the house and waves goodbye to the little girl. At the second verse, the little girl is shown playing with toys and watching TV with her brother and mother. When the chorus reprises, the girl is at school painting a portrait of Mona Lisa , for which she is given a medal. When she gets home, she sticks the number-one prize to the refrigerator so that her mother could see it and be proud of her. The mother, however, does not take notice of her prize and walks by it, which obviously upsets the child; it also reveals the sadness of her mother, distracted by grief. Next, the child is shown painting a happy painting at nighttime.