Alison Krauss recorded this song for a Keith Whitley tribute album, and it received unsolicited airplay just seven years after the original went to No. 1. While the singer was well known in bluegrass circles prior to 1994, this song launched her career to the next level, one rarely known by modern bluegrass stars. Her smooth voice and romantic, longing delivery made the performance something to behold. It couldn't be forgotten on a list of the Top 100 Country Love Songs of all time.