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  • This song features the Southern blues singer Charles Jones and '70s talkbox legend Peter Frampton taking turns with the verses. Long time Lifehouse collaborator, Jude Cole, said regarding Frampton's contribution: "I had the great pleasure of meeting Peter when I worked for Extra some years ago. We had dinner recently and I asked him to bring his old but newly found '57 Les Paul "Phoenix", (yes the one from Frampton Comes Alive!) down and be a part of the record. He completely mesmerized the room as the band and I sat and watched him perform his solo and vocal like he was onstage at the Fillmore. Together along with Jason's vocal and the band's energetic sound, I believe we captured something very special here."
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