If you have a copy of Tori Amos' 1994 single, "Cornflake Girl," then you may have heard of the track "Honey." If not, don't worry -- Amos has shared the track and you can check it out below.

The mid-tempo piano-driven ballad takes listeners into a story of a strong woman who's telling someone she can't be taken for granted any longer. "A little dust never stopped me none / He liked my shoes, I kept them on / Sometimes I can hold my tongue / Sometimes not when you just / Skip-to-loo my darlin' / And you know what you're doin' / So don't even / You're just too used to my honey now / You're just too used to my honey," she sings in the first verse. You can hear the full song below:

"Honey" is the latest revealed track that will be part of the special release of her first two albums -- Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink. The track was originally supposed to be part of the original Under The Pink tracklisting but was taken off and turned into a B-side last minute.

The two albums will be released in two formats -- CD and 180-gram vinyl -- on April 14 via Rhino. Each of the discs will not only contain remastered versions of the complete albums, but will also feature rare B-sides and bonus songs. This will be the first time both albums will be available in the U.S. on vinyl.