That's How I Know You Love Me

Album: Off the Beaten Path (2013)


  • Moore considers this soulful Justin Weaver, Rodney Clawson and Chris Tompkins penned love song to be the most honest tune he has cut to date. He told that though he didn't write it, to him, "it's one of the most truthful, straight-to-the-point songs about me and my wife's relationship that I've ever heard. So I think that shows a bit of both."

    Moore added that it is not only "probably my favorite song off the album," but "probably my favorite song I've ever recorded."
  • Moore admitted to CMA Close Up that he originally had concerns about recording this tune, but he was ultimately thrilled with the results. "I loved the song from the very beginning and I knew I had to cut it, but I was nervous about how I was going to sound," he said. "It has almost this Springsteen/Prince vibe. Those were just the things I felt we needed to do to continue growing this thing."


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