It was a few months after the Osborne brothers gave the song to David Nail that the pair realized its true potential.
"We're like, 'No, no, no, man! It's not a big deal at all. We'd love if you cut it. Please do it.' He got us in there to sing, and it was a blast. We did some big gang vocals — sounded like a bunch of drunk buffoons on it," John Osborne recalled to The Boot
. "And then, a couple months later, we saw him perform at Watershed [Country Music Festival], up in Washington State, and it was at that moment, we were like, 'Damn! We should have cut that damn song. It's so good!'"