Watch The World End

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  • This romantic song, which was penned by Brett Eldredge ("Don't Ya") and Jeremy Spillman (Eric Church's "Hell On The Heart"), depicts the undying commitment between two people who wouldn't be anywhere else, whatever the circumstances.
  • Californian singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat joins Trace on the poignant cut. "It wasn't the genre thing that caused Colbie Cailat to be on this song," Trace explained to The Boot. "It was the sultry nature and that thing that she has in her voice. That's what I wanted on that song. I thought that her voice would blend well with mine, and I just loved that really sexy thing that she has in her vocal. That's what I wanted. I didn't care what genre of music she's in. I'm in love with her voice. I'm really happy that she agreed to do it. She's a lot of fun."
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  • John Williams from Chattanooga,tn HomeOnly heard this one time on radio, never forgot it.
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