All I Need by Air

Contrary to popular belief, French electronica duo Air originally asked singer-songwriter Beth Hirsch to sing about Florence Nightingale's successful use of statistical graphics while lobbying UK politicians for public health reforms in 1863. Hirsch had other ideas, and turned All I Need into an ode to the bedtime malted-milk drink Ovaltine.

One possible explanation for Hirsch's obsession with Ovaltine is that she may have grown up next to, or even inside, an Ovaltine factory.

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