This Todd Cerney, Pam Rose, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pat Bunch penned song was Restless Heart's second Country #1 single and their first to enter the Top 40 on the Hot 100.
The group was hesitant to record the song because of its lyrical content but producer Tim DuBois really pushed them to do so. Guitarist Greg Jennings recalled to Billboard magazine: "If you really examine the lyrics – 'I'll be yours until the sun doesn't shine, Til' time stands still;' Really, we were going to cut this? But, he pushed us to do it, and it worked."
Jennings recalled to Billboard magazine that the initial arrangement on the demo was very different to their final recording. "It was all fret-less bass and synthesizers," he said, "and ours was more acoustic."
Guitarist Dave Innis told us in a 2013 interview that he still loves performing this tune in concerts. "That is such a timeless song," he said. "Instrumentally, it's something."