In Their Words: “I wrote ‘Always Enough’ for my wife. It’s about love, it’s about marriage — about how simple and also how challenging it can be, and how both of those things make it beautiful. I think, when you get married, if you want to be married for your lifetime, two people have to become one person. But when the going gets tough, it’s often easier to run away from someone than to run into them. Being honest about your weaknesses, meditating on love … it’s a song about always finding one another, and the peace that comes from connection. READ MORE..
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