It is the first winner's single to also have a music video.
The song, written by Mark Marchetti and Stephanie Urbina Jones, was originally written for Boyd's mentor Blake Shelton, but he was never able to record it due to the song's range, which didn't suit Shelton's voice. According to Shelton, who also produced the song, he held on to the song for years until the time was right to let someone else try it. He gave the song to Boyd to record for the Voice finale.
PerformanceEditBoyd performed the song on the show's final performance show. It earned him a standing ovation from his coach Blake Shelton as well as praise from Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani. Shelton even told Boyd that the song was meant for him.
Chart performance Edit
The song has proven to be a hit, debuting at number 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, becoming only the second country song to debut at the top spot since 2007 when "More Than a Memory" by Garth Brooks accomplished that feat.
Live performances Edit
Boyd has performed the song on The Today Show, The Ellen Show, and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He even performed the song at the Grand Ole Opry in January 2015.
During the premiere episode of the Voice on February 23, 2015, the song was featured in a promo for the NBC show The Night Shift. The remixed version of the song was released on iTunes on February 24, 2015.