Pave

Album: Britt Nicole (2016)

Songfacts®:

  • This Patrick "Petey" Martin penned tune about engaging in outdoor activities is one of three tracks on Britt Nicole that were not written or co-written by the singer. "This song really spoke to me because I believe we are all made for adventure, but it's so easy to get stuck in the routine of life and forget that," Nicole told Billboard magazine. "This song is about chasing that adventure with the ones you love."
  • Britt Nicole's daughter Ella Brave can be heard in the intro and in the final hook. She also appears in the music clip. "My daughter Ella is in this video because she is such a little adventurer," the singer said. "She is always saying, 'Come on, Mommy, it will be fun!' Before the morning of the video shoot, it was raining out and she just put on her bathing suit and rain boots and said, 'Come on, Mom!'"

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