's lead vocal provides the connective tissue for the song's parts. The lyrics lay out the ground rules for what her expectations are with this potential romance. The song pulls in a writing style that can be used with three and four part harmonies. When reaching the bridge at the 1:18 mark, Kenny Loggins and Gary Burr sing a lyrical backdrop that reinforces in a masculine manner that they have Georgia's back and her interests should not be taken lightly. They sing it clearly during the bridge: "7 money bunny, she don't want nothing but your heart, soul. Better go, tell me what you're waiting for." Fish or cut bait.