There's a Memory

Album: Sara Smile (2009)
  • Wayne told Roughstock about this Sean McConnell / Clint Lagerberg penned cut: "I heard this song months and months ago, and I fell in love with all the twists and turns in its melody. It rose to the surface right away. It just made its way into the studio, if you will. We had a lot of fun recording it. There are a lot of cool little moments in there. That's Ilya Toshinsky on the banjo. He's so talented. The producer on this one was Dann Huff, and he loves that song. It's just one of those, get-in-the-car-and-drive things."

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