This song highlights John Osborne's guitar playing. On the EP, the track closes with a solo that lasts nearly three minutes long, edited down to a one-minute-long jam for the radio version. When asked by Taste of Country
if producer Jay Joyce should be given some credit for the song's outro, TJ Osborne replied: "It's all John."
"The one thing you can credit Jay to that solo is actually leaving it how it is," he added. "John, being a killer guitar player and kind of a perfectionist at times, wanted to go in and actually fix some of the moments and make it more perfect. Jay was like 'No, we're keeping this.'"
"It's one take," TJ continued. "One guitar solo. All the weird bends … that's where Jay's brilliance comes in is knowing when to stop, when to leave the song alone."