"Songs like this don't come along that often ... I remember my wife she played it for me and I just looked at her and went 'this song is incredible - this is amazing.'" - Chris Tomlin


"Good Good Father" brings the simple truth of God's love to people all over the world. The song, written by Pat Barrett and Tony Brown, finds its roots in Tony's story of growing up without a dad. The only person he's ever called father, in his life, is God. The song has additional nuances too - often resulting in a myriad of experiences for each person who hears it.

In this Behind The Music, we get to listen in as Chris Tomlin and Pat Barrett reveal their personal stories. They share how the song resonates with each of them - as children of God and as a father to their own children.