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Behind the Songs With Philmont…
Frontman Scott Taube shares the inspiration behind “The Last Song I Sing” from the band’s Oct. 19 release, The Transition EP.

“‘The Last Song I Sing” is an expression of love. This can be interpreted as love for God, or love for another person, but the message is the same – sometimes we don’t audibly speak our love often enough. In any relationship, with people or with God, it is easy to get caught up talking about/focusing on yourself and your issues. This song urges listeners to think about what is really important in such relationships, and what you would say if you knew it would be the last phrase you would ever speak to that person. ‘If this is the last song that I sing, I want it to say ‘I love you.'” –Scott Taube

Click the above image for a video description from Scott.

Access an audio stream of “The Last Song I Sing” at  www.myspace.com/philmontrock.

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