Just Look at You

Album: Sara Smile (2009)
  • Wayne told Roughstock about this cut: "This is an old song. Bob Regan and I wrote it in the upstairs room of the old Famous Publishing Company. We wanted to write something that maybe a guy could take to his girl, saying, 'I can't put my feelings into words, but maybe this song will help.' We worked on that song for over a year. It was incredible how long it took us, because it is so simple. But sometimes those are the hardest ones for me to write. I love the song. It's one of my favorites."

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