Dream Girl

Album: The Best of Me (2014)
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  • The song features on soundtrack of the Nicholas Sparks film, The Best of Me. Hayes recalled: "When the song was introduced to everyone that was a part of The Best of Me movie and it was considered, that was a pretty big moment. It felt good, and they were passionate about it."

    "The song really hadn't been cut, so we didn't have a whole lot of time. so I brought the band in and I literally just said, 'We've got a day. Let's do this. Let's figure this out. Let's just have fun with it.'"
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