Just In Case

Album: Forever More (2008)


  • Tesla guitarist Frank Hannon told Bravewords.com that the band's vocalist Jeff Keith wrote this on his own. He explained: "Jeff had the whole idea completed and he presented it to the band and basically how you hear it, is how Jeff wrote. It is one his songs about God and religion and whether or not he is going to make it to heaven or not. Jeff is not a religious guy but he definitely has the spirit and God in him. He always writes beautiful messages. He is a beautiful person even though he is not religious at all. You can tell by the lyrics and I feel he has God's spirit in him. He is definitely a beautiful, uplifting and fair person."


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