All the Time in the World

Album: Sara Smile (2009)
  • Wayne told Roughstock about this Steve Robson / Hillary Lindsey penned song: "What drew me to this song more than anything was its melody. It is just so sing-able. Derek Bason is the studio engineer for Mark Bright, and he is just incredible. He knows how to record the human voice like nobody I've ever seen. He is the reason my vocal on this sounds the way it does. He is so good with singing. He'll say, 'Why don't you try this or that?' He has these great ideas. He really helped pull this song together."

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