The Way Love Looks

Album: Easton Corbin (2010)

Songfacts®:

  • Corbin wrote this song with Carson Chamberlain and Mark D. Sanders. He said: "It's just a fun, upbeat song that's cool and kind of quirky. I love the line 'when you beg and plead to go fishing with me and I have to bait your hook,' because that's what happens when I take my wife fishing. She likes to catch fish, but I have to put the bait on and take it off the hook."
  • This was one of three songs Easton co-wrote with Chamberlain and Sanders during a trip to Colorado. "When I came to Nashville I realized how important it was to write songs," he said. "The opportunity to sit in a room with experienced songwriters and learn their craft has helped me become a better writer."

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