Aaron Watson told The Boot
that he wrote the song for a couple of reasons:
1. He was annoyed after hearing a couple of songs on the radio where the guy meets a girl at a party, and then takes her "out to the bonfire."
Watson explained that such lyrics have nothing to do with proper love. "If any country boy tries to sing my daughter one of those songs about how fine she looks and how he wants to take her out to the middle of nowhere, that guy will not ever be singing again," he said. "I might go to jail for a couple of months because of it, but whatever, you know? That's my baby girl. I think every father feels that way."
2. Watson wanted to write a sexy song that makes his wife feel special in which he says, "Hey, we've been together for forever, and, girl, you still got it. In fact, you've got it more now than you had it when we met. You're sexier than ever."