I Will

Album: Do You Believe Me Now (2008)
Charted: 102
  • This mid-tempo ballad was the second single from Country music artist Jimmy Wayne's 2008 album Do You Believe Me Now. It peaked at #18 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs and just failed to get into the Hot 100 reaching #102.
  • The song was penned by Dave Pahanish and Rory Lee Feek and tells of a man telling his lover how much he loves her. Wayne told AOL's The Boot: "Lyrically this is a song that reminds me of a girlfriend I had once. She simply wanted to go her own way, and I felt like saying, 'You know I care about you enough that I'm willing to let go and let you sail away and do your thing. You won't be coming back, but I love you enough to let you go.'"


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