Christ Alone

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  • Edens Edge close their eponymous debut album with this a cappella song written by their longtime friend and former band mate Steve Smith. "It's about living every day for the right thing," explained lead vocalist Hannah Blaylock. "It's not about money, power or success. It's about who did I love today? Where are my priorities and where are my values? It's a reminder of what's really important in life."

    "It's a really universal song," added co-guitarist and harmony vocalist Dean Berner. "It's in a Christian context, but it speaks to people that are from different faith backgrounds and people who don't really have a faith background. It's amazing in that way."
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