The track was co-written and previously released by Rhett Akins, reaching #57 on the country chart. Shelton explained to The Boot
why he decided to cover this song: "It may be one of my favorite songs I've ever cut. I call it my theme song. Rhett Akins co-wrote it, and I've seen him sing it so many times through the years. I always told him, 'Man, if I ever get a chance, I'm gonna cut that song.' At this point in my career, with people knowing what they know of me, it's the song they'd expect to hear me song. It's already become a fan favorite from just doing it in my live shows."