Niemann first heard about this David Tolliver, Kyle Jacobs and Fred Wilhelm penned song when Tolliver told him about it while the pair were at the Tin Roof in Nashville. He recalled to Taste of Country
: "He sent it to me, and the next day I listened to it, and I'm rarely, rarely speechless. I'm sitting there and I thought, 'What in the hell is that? That's either the worst song I ever heard or the best — or both. So I just kind of laughed it off and about three days later, I thought, 'I'll go back and listen to that' and listened to it about a half a dozen times, put it on my iPod, brought it out on the road."
Slowly, it grew it on the singer. "Obviously country music was built on amazing songs like 'Chisled in Stone' and 'He Stopped Loving Her Today
,' but not every song has to rip your heart out," Niemann continued. "Sometimes it's okay just to tap your foot and laugh a little bit."