Clawson grew up in a Texan small town and this song talks about what people like him did to have a good time in a place where there's nothing to do. "You steal a six-pack of beer out of somebody's parents' fridge in the garage and head out on a dirt road," he told Roughstock
, "sit out there on the tailgate, listen to music and drink beer. There will be girls and guys, and everybody's out there to have a good time. That's about all there is to do [laughs]. I grew up in a farmtown in Texas where there's 1,200 people. It was 35 miles to the closest Walmart. We had a Dairy Queen and a Quik Stop. Other than that, there was nothing to do.
"A lot of these songs that we write - 'Round Here' being the perfect example - are about how you have to make up your own good time," Clawson continued. "We have some cool lines in that song like 'candles on the toolbox of the truck' and stuff like that. It's all little things from out of our past. It's funny because Chris grew up in a little town in north Alabama that's 1,500 miles from where I grew up, but a lot of the same stuff went on."