Album: We Walk This Road (2010)

Songfacts®:

  • This ballad was the last song to be recorded for We Walk This Road and features Leon Russell on piano. Both Robbie Robertson and Elton John witnessed the session. "For some reason, everybody was hearing that we were making this record," Randolph told Spinner UK. "All these guys just sitting there [and] it turned out to be a beautiful and inspirational song. It's a great tune."

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