The song was written by American folk rock singer-songwriter Kristen Hallone of the founding members of Sugarlandand produced by David Tyson. It was first released in in Canada through Columbia Recordswhere it became a top-ten hit in the latter half of the year. It was then released worldwide through Epic Records on February 6,becoming a number-three hit in Norway and reaching the top 30 in Australia and New Zealand.
It remains Marshall's biggest hit outside Canada. This slow track has an anthemic Last Exit To Eden (Live) - Amanda Marshall - Let It Rain with lots of background vocals and Bryan Adams type rock riffs. It first appeared on the RPM Top Singles chart at number 99 on the issue dated September 25, then took eight weeks to reach its peak of number seven on the November 20 issue. On the RPM Adult Contemporary chart, the single debuted at number 50 on September 25, took 11 weeks to peak at number five,  then spent an addition weeks six on the chart.
It first charted in Norway—the country in which it achieved its highest peak—on the eleventh chart week of corresponding to mid-Marchthen climbed to number three on the nineteenth chart period early May. European CD single . From Wikipedia, Jason Kahn - Room To Room free encyclopedia.
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