Album: The Point Of It All (2008)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song features American producer and rapper David Banner.
  • Hamilton told Billboard magazine about this song: "It's a down-South, feel-good track with a little island thing to it. The lyrics are about day-to-day life, the struggles and trying to make things happen without a lot. But, of course, there's a happy ending."

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