teams up with Lainey Wilson to recount a story of domestic violence and revenge. Hardy portrays a truck driver who picks up Wilson's character on the side of the road one night. Upon realizing her partner is abusing her, he furiously drives to the abuser's home and tells Wilson to wait in the truck. Hardy grabs his Taurus Judge revolver and shoots the dude, then calmly waits on the porch to be arrested. Though the singer pays the price with a lengthy jail sentence, he finds consolation knowing Wilson is now in a happier place and his prison cell is "hell of a lot better" than where Lainey's abuser is now. The song concludes with a choir joining the two artists to sing repeatedly, "Lord, have mercy on me."
"The topic isn't talked about a lot; these are things that happen behind closed doors," Wilson noted to The Tennessean
"This one is going to start a conversation that a lot of people don't want to have, but it is our job as artists to sing about things that people are scared to talk about," Wilson added. "Domestic abuse is a fragile subject, but I hope this song brings light to a situation that is more common than we'd like to admit. For the abusers, I hope this song haunts them. For the victims, I hope they know they're not alone."