Paisley used a 1968 Fender Paisley Telecaster guitar on this tongue-in-cheek country love song about a persistent guy who keeps striking out with a girl. Paisley, who wrote the tune with Frank Rogers (the album's producer) and country songwriter Chris DuBois, said of the song's origin: "Every guy has been there. You're talking to a girl and realizing that it's going nowhere - but you still keep trying. I know I've been turned down enough to feel like I've really lived this song. Frank, Chris and I wrote it in the car on our way back from Frank's family beach house in Garden City, South Carolina. We'd spent a week there writing, and it was really successful. In fact, that's where we wrote 'Who Needs Pictures.' Anyway, we had this nine-and-a-half-hour drive back home. So Frank sat in the back seat with a guitar. I sat in front with a notebook, and Chris drove. By the time we got to Nashville, we had just about every line done."
This peaked at #18 on the Country chart.
Cledus T. Judd turned this into the Leave It To Beaver-themed parody "More Beaver" on his 2000 album, Just Another Day In Parodies.
This was featured on the soundtrack to the 1999 comedy Happy, Texas, starring Jeremy Northam and Steve Zahn.