Can forum members help me collect as much information on this song. It's one of my absolute favourites. I love it. And I just adore this album. TGODs is a good example of what this album is. Because it's one that really takes you away. It's like a dream sequence, and executed so well. It's almost a rebirth of their sound. Here is a place where all the reverb is doing wonders for them. It's relaxing, yet also leaves you with feelings of hope and renewal. How did it come together? Was it influenced by country music? How many takes could it have taken to make? How many tracks is it made of (vocals/instrumentals)? What kinds of feelings and meaning were they going for? How does it make you feel when you hear it's sentiments? How did it do in the charts? What does it mean to fans now? Is it as beloved as I think it is? What did you think when you first heard it? Do you have a favourite phrase? What did KC and RC make of it upon completion? Was there ever a bridge thought of? or alternative lyrics? Is there other artwork put together for this single? Do you think there was much thought given to the mention of childhood, prayer and Christmas and how that leads up to the rest of the song? Has it been referenced in popular culture? When did that original synth line near the end get taken out? What else do we know about the making of the "music video"? Who came up with the concept of the colourful/black and white video? Out of all their videos I rate this one very high along with "Only yesterday". The idea of empty frames and various memories works here. Despite the obvious reasons why it can be hard to watch. Where did that yellow outfit come from?