Next to You, Next to Me

Album: Changed Deluxe Edition (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This track from the deluxe edition of Changed is a cover of Shenandoah's 1990 country chart-topper "Next to You, Next to Me." "Marty Raybon is one of my favorite singers of all time," lead vocalist LeVox told Billboard magazine. "I grew up singing Shenandoah in the clubs and the first song we ever sang together was a Shenandoah tune, 'Church on Cumberland Road.'"

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