Written by: Brett James, Kip Moore
Produced by: Brett James
"I wrote that the day after I was offered the record deal from MCA Nashville. You get so used to not getting what you want for so long; you get used to getting your teeth kicked in. I know everybody sacrifices a lot, but I felt like I had sacrificed so much to get to where I was trying to be.
I'm a spiritual person and I have my faith. I spent many nights praying for the faith and strength just to keep me going and keep me at it because so many times I wanted to go home because it seemed pointless. I was just talking about that with Brett and saying that even though I had gotten to where I'd wanted to be, now there's a whole other place I want to go and there's a whole other journey and climb. I think the song is not just about music, but the climb itself. Whatever you do for a living, whatever dreams you have, it's a constant fight. Once you get that, you want something else.
The song was a thank-you to the prayers I've prayed over the years and then the asking part of it to keep me going. It was thank you and a request all in one. Because I know I am not there. I know I don't walk the straightest line at times, but I always believe, even when I'm not walking a straight line." - Kip Moore