Cole Swindell admitted to Radio.com
that the song is, "not breaking ground, lyrically." He added: "It's just wanting to get to know a girl outside a club. It's not a 'Ain't Worth the Whiskey
' or 'The Back Roads and the Back Row
' that hits you here [in the heart], it just makes you dance and move and have fun, and you need those songs in your set to make sure that everyone gets their money's worth."