Lisa Loeb reflects on how she wrote her 1994 smash hit, “Stay (I Missed You)” while on the campus of Berklee, when she was trying to pitch a song to Daryl Hall. She also says that all of these years later she has a good relationship with that hit, because even if people come to see her play live just because of that song, they are getting to hear her new material. Her latest album, A Simple Trick to Happiness, is out now. And although music is Lisa Loeb’s life, it’s not the only thing she does. She also owns coffee and eyeglass companies, records and releases children’s music, and acts, including the below cameo on Fuller House.