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Your Shoulder to Lean On: What Does the “Hell and High Water” Song by T. Graham Brown Convey?

T. Graham Brown – Hell And High Water

There is sunshine after rainy days. When life turns grey, to have friends who can be your confidante is truly a blessing. They are like rare, high-value gems that we should treasure. The song “Hell and High Water” is inspired by a friendship experience. It was written by Alex Harvey and co-written and recorded by T. Graham Brown in September 1986.

The song “Hell and High Water” was a tale about a man who was concerned about his friend, a woman, going through a lot of life problems. He witnessed her downfalls and assured her that he will be there for her if she needed a confidante – a shoulder to cry on. Come hell or high water refers to her determination to achieve the goal in spite of any obstacles that may arise. Meanwhile, the man is devoted to waiting for her.

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The song “Hell and High Water” was T. Graham Brown‘s third country hit and the first of his three country chart-topping singles. The track spent a total of fifteen weeks at the top of the country singles chart, peaking at number one for one week. It was positioned at No.11 in the US Hot Country Songs in 1987. The song helped him reach greater heights in his career, which enabled him to produce more T. Graham Brown Songs that became prominent during the 90s.

Get inspired by listening to the 1986 country music masterpiece “Hell and High Water” by T. Graham Brown in the video below.