“It’s a biblical title, obviously. The lyrics have a certain bravado to them, sort of along the lines of 'The world might get one guy, but it won’t get me.' I wrote it for the Nashville sessions because I thought it would really suit the players, which was definitely the case. I overdubbed the vocal in Kevin’s studio in Malibu.
“I wanted to play mandolin on it, but I didn’t have one with me, so I went to George Gruhn’s place in Nashville and bought one. Anything with strings, you can find it at George’s store. I could spend all day there - and a lot of money, too! [laughs]
“It’s my father’s favorite song on the album. He called me up when he heard it and said, ’You have to play it live. You’ll have the audience dancing in the aisles!’ [laughs] I told him I would take his suggestion under advisement.”