I Think of You

Album: All Over the Road (2012)


  • Corbin closes his second album, All Over The World, with this heartfelt tune, which is a universal testament to missing a loved one, whether it is an old flame or a soldier serving overseas. He told Billboard magazine that this Thom Shepherd and Jeff Silvey penned song made an impact on him right from the start. "When I first heard one, it made the tears want to well up in my eyes," he said. "It puts you in that mood where you think about good times you have had with people in your life, and those that have influenced you in a special way. I think it can mean different things to different people."


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