“Eternity” is Elizabeth’s latest original single. This romantic love song is written from Elizabeth’s imagination dealing with the challenge of separation of true love during wartime. The haunting instrumentals of cello (Matt Slocum – Sixpence None the Richer), violin, and piano (Blair Masters) play underneath her enchanting vocals. You’ll need a kleenex with this song.
The song was co-written by Elizabeth South and Billy Smiley (from White Heart). Billy Smiley is the music producer. Billy Whittington was the mixing engineer for the song.
The Music Video features the talented actors Sam Beman and Sarah Beman playing the role of the soldier and wife. Click Here to Watch the video (or see video at bottom of this page). Elizabeth South was the video Director, Producer, Cinematographer, and Editor. She also wrote the Screenplay/Story. Elizabeth’s part was filmed at Sarah P. Durk Gardens in Durham, NC. Sam & Sarah Beman’s part was filmed at Lake Pines in Columbus, Georgia. Thanks to Debi Ann Dinwiddie-Johnson for permission to film at Lake Pines. The WWII uniform was provided by David Steighan who also contributed to directing. Demetrius Sheppard and Donterrius Ruff also contributed to directing.