Having performed this Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Madeleine Slate penned song several times live before the recording of The Sound of a Million Dreams
, David Nail's fans insisted he include it on the album. The Missouri native told Roughstock
he needed little persuading, saying: "I was really attracted to the imagery here. I'm a huge baseball fan and I thought it was awesome that baseball was referenced in a love song: Summertime in Brooklyn, mustard on your lip, I knew I loved you by the bottom of the fifth. I was sold."