Hold On

Songfacts®:

  • TobyMac and his wife Amanda have been together since the mid 1990s, but like all couples, their marriage can be hard work sometimes. The message of this song is one of reconciliation between husbands and wives going through tricky times. TobyMac explained: "'Hold On' is very personal. Many lines are there to encourage my wife, but I know those lines could encourage anybody in a relationship."

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