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  • This Ben Caver, Sara Haze and Brett James is- she-or-isn't-she- over-him power ballad finds Underwood singing of a woman having "relapses" with her former lover.
  • This was one of two Storyteller tracks that songwriter and producer Zach Crowell (Sam Hunt, Keith Urban) helmed. He also co-penned " Dirty Laundry," " Church Bells" and "Heartbeat." "Zach Crowell was somebody that was new for me to work with," said Underwood. "I had written with him a little bit, and his name kind of started poppin' up all over songs that I was choosing, so it just kind of made sense to work with him in a production sense."
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