Soon As You Can

Album: Long Trip Alone (2006)
  • Dierks Bentley on Live Daily said: "I love that song. Gosh. It's one of my favorite songs on my record. I kind of write from a first-person standpoint. I was writing about more about my wife Cassidy. I think that one of the [co-writers] was writing about his personal experience with his wife. When you love somebody, you want to be next to them as soon as you can. You kind of throw caution out the window and let your heart make decisions. That's kind of what that song's about. She took more chances than I did. She was the one moving up to Nashville."
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