After All These Years

Album: Revelation (2008)
  • This haunting ballad was written by Journey keyboard player Jonathan Cain.
  • This song was aptly titled as when it entered the Top 10 of the Adult Contemporary chart in August 2008, it became the first AV Top 10 entry for the band since "When You Love a Woman" dropped out of the upper tier in April 1997, all those years ago.

Comments: 5

  • T-rose from Ottawa, OntarioI love anything by Journey. This one is absolutely beautiful...
  • Joann from Portsmouth, Vatalk about chill bumps I have them when I hear this song such a great one, beautiful, this should be sung at all weddings, anniversary parties etc, as a reminder of how love should be.
  • Stu from Philly, Pato me it echoes feelings like it's Open Arms II. That's a good thing... great song
  • Margaret from Warwick, RiI could swear this song was wrote for my husband and me,we have been married for fortyone years this July fourth and still very much in love !! I love this song
  • Geoff from Hendersonville, TnBeautiful song...the only song from this album that i would put on a greatest hits goes up there with their greatest ballads
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