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May 7

Inspired by a True Love Story, “Two People Fell in Love”

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There is nothing not affected
When two hearts get connected
All that is, will be, or ever was
Every single choice we make
Every breath we get to take
Is all because two people fell in love…

Inspired by a True Love Story, "Two People Fell in Love" 1
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Released in March 2001, “Two People Fell in Love” was first recorded by American country singer Brad Paisley. It was the first single from his album Part II. Moreover, Paisley co-wrote the song with Kelley Lovelace and Tim Owens. The song peaked at no. 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs while no. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2001. Furthermore, it reached no. 26 on the year-end Billboard Country Songs.

“Two People Fell in Love” was written about the true love story of the couples Richard Harper and Kayleigh Harper.

Inspired by a True Love Story, "Two People Fell in Love" 2
Brad Paisley (Photo by hollywoodholidayinnexpress.com)

In an interview, Paisley revealed about the song, its creation, and reality.

“This song is about the fact that you can trace everything back to two people’s romance. The reason you’re here, the reason I’m here is our parents saw something in one another, fell in love and we’re the product. It goes back to everybody that’s ever been born. It’s like a snapshot of real life that’s set in motion because you see it happening. You hear these stories throughout the song there’s three different scenarios about people that fell in love and changed their little part of the world by doing so.”

It All Starts With Two People’s Romance

Everything begins with love. Indeed, we are created because of the love of God. The world and the whole universe came into existence because of His power nurtured by His love. In more specific terms, life here on earth starts when to people meet, fall in love with each other, and eventually get married.

The reason we’re here is that of our mothers conceiving us. We are the fruit of our parents’ love. Whereas, we were created as a result of their love story that was tested by time and circumstances. In this song of Brad Paisley, he clearly reiterates that everything that we’re doing, what we are now, who we have become is the consequence of the romance when two people fell in love.

Watch Brad Paisley’s “Two People Fell in Love” below:

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