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Credits Edit

Written By
Jeromy Deibler

Additional Instruments Edit

Electric Guitar
Lincoln Brewster
B3
Byron Hagan
Drums
Jason Trimble
Percussion
Scott Williamson

Strings Edit

Performed By
The Nashville String Machine
Contracter
Carl Gorodetzky
Strings Arranged By
Scott Williamson

Copyright Information Edit

©2004 by

New Spring Publishing, Inc.

Statement by the Author Edit

Source:  http://ffh.net/music.asp?mode=still06Attribution:  Jeromy Deibler
This song is about staying married. My parents and grandparents are both divorced. Having a son now, I know how important it is for us to stay together. The lyric says:
So many people packing it in
They don’t give it half a chance
You and me we’ve got it all
And it’s going to last.
This is about being in it forever, not letting anything mess it up -- sticking it out through the long haul. People are going to see the personality of God through families, not through our jobs or our businesses. Musically speaking, this song starts with a very simplistic piano and ends with a big sound at the end. It sounds more like a movie score than anything we’ve ever done. We’re really proud of it.
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This album is Still the Cross System^Link Label^Disc by FFHGroup
Current song: The Long Haul (Track 6)
Previous Song: You and Only You (Track 5)--Next Song: In This Moment (Track 7)

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