Someone once said to me that I was crazy for liking this song. But as Billy Dukes from Taste of Country said "if you slow down and listen to what the man in the beanie is saying, you’re rewarded with a detailed, heartbreaking story."

And, according to TheBoot.com - The bandmates co-wrote “The Wind” with Levi Lowrey and Wyatt Durrette, who explains the chorus of the song was inspired by the most important person in his life.

“I was laying in bed and had just woken up, and my son had crawled in bed with me earlier that night,” Wyatt recalls. “He was laying next to me; I opened my eyes and there was his face. The chorus, ‘where the wind blows,’ I wrote it about just looking at him and never feeling a love like that in my entire life.”

That is why I love this song so much. The true meaning behind the lyrics.

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