Cody Johnson released a duet version
with Reba McEntire on October 2, 2020. The songstress is a fitting partner for Johnson on the song. Her grandfather and father were champion steer ropers (McEntire's dad was a World Champion steer roper in 1957, 1958 and 1961) and she was a rodeo rider herself.
McEntire said that hearing the song brought her back to the '70s "when I realized that my rodeo career was going absolutely nowhere. And that I did have a God-given talent and I needed to be using it. This song was kind of a reminder that it's going to be okay, that if you do leave rodeo for the music, you're going to be okay. I knew I was going to miss it. And I was mad because I love that life of rodeo. I'm a third-generation rodeo brat."