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This ballad was co-written by Underwood with frequent collaborator Steve McEwan and former Evanescence member David Hodges.
The song is a duet with the trio Sons of Sylvia, who consist of brothers Ashley, Austin and Adam Clark. The group won Fox's The Next Great American Band contest. Underwood told Billboard magazine: "The lead singer was actually my first fiddle player. I've known him for five years now. When thinking of duet partners, you think of the common names - but I wanted someone that people would say, 'Who's that?'"
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