Like Adkins' 2005 single "Arlington," this epic tune is written from the perspective of a dead soldier. Adkins explained to CMT.News that in this instance the song asks the question, "What if?" He added: "What if soldiers are in this kind of - I don't want to say purgatory - but that's kind of what it is. What if these soldiers are in a place where they can't rest until the last shot's fired, until war doesn't exist? What if only then they can find peace? I think if we knew that, and if that were true, there probably wouldn't be wars anymore. So I thought that was a real unique way of looking at it. And it pays tribute to soldiers but, at the same time, asks that question."
This track features the West Point Cadet Choir. Adkins told CMT News that he has, "probably heard that song 50 times, and every time I hear it, it still gives me goose bumps on that last a cappella chorus."
Adkins and his team had to go all the way to the Pentagon to get permission to record with the choir.