The song was produced by Shy Carter, who has collaborated with Nelly, Ashanti and Rob Thomas (he also co-wrote Sugarland's #1 Country hit "Stuck Like Glue
"). The pair originally met after Carter moved into Currington's Nashville attic apartment. They stayed in touch and the singer decided to pay a visit to the producer in Los Angeles, where they wound up recording this quirky, upbeat love song. "Shy started laying down the beat and we started putting some guitars to it and by six o'clock the next morning we were done with the song," Currington related. "I put it at the end of the album because I thought the energy in the song and everything about it would be perfect to end the record."