• This ballad tackles the sacrifice military service members and their families make during wartime. Twain told Access Hollywood Live the song was a tough one to write and she couldn't get through a verse without sobbing.

    "I cried so much," she said. "I would write a few words and then I would start crying and I'd have to take a break, and then I'd carry on writing and then I'd have to take another break. It was very emotional writing that song."

    "The song is all about letting go and maybe being the last time you ever see someone... I relate it to many people in my life," Twain added. "People that I've had to say goodbye to or let go of. That song was a journey, emotionally, in itself."
  • The song features in a movie, Thank You for Your Service, about returning US troops. The song's chorus, "Has anybody seen my soldier standing all alone. Has anybody seen my soldier just trying to get home," ties in nicely with the film's theme.


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