Her singles run could be so much stronger than it actually is, especially in the latter part of her career. "It's All Your Fault" was such a grave oversight, it's still mind-boggling. Especially since the album had seven singles. How on earth do you pass on a song like that? I also say this at least once a year on the forum, but I'm never going to get over "Timebomb" being an iTunes bonus track when it was good enough to be the lead single for The Truth About Love. "Try" is the only single she got right from that album. Then there's "Walk Me Home" being the most boring, uninspired thing she's probably ever put her name to when "My Attic" or "Happy" would've done just as well. She has songs that could represent her much better as an artist (and are just better songs in general) than what her actual singles run suggests. It's just a shame because I don't think she, or RCA for that matter, care all that much. Her albums still do well regardless and her tours are guaranteed to completely sell out every time.