After Natalie Imbruglia and Delta Goodrum comes yet another sensitive Australian with winsome tales of heartbreak and lost love. Missy Higgins is already big news in her native country and she's not even placed 'soap actress' on her CV.
A gently strummed guitar opens the song, before a lovely accompaniment of piano and cello ushers in a classic 'break-up' lyric. Higgins has an unusual voice in that she's not afraid to let her Aussie accent shine through while singing - some may find this irritating, but it makes the song all the more endearing.
It's nothing revolutionary, but if you're after a nice song to wallow in and can't be bothered with Norah Jones, then you won't go far wrong with Ten Days. Looks like Ms Elliott soon won't be the only famous Missy making records.