Co-written with Sam Ellis and Blake Anthony Carter, Kane Brown tells here the story of his often difficult childhood and teenage years in Georgia, in which he struggled with an abusive stepfather and spent some time living in a car with his mom.
"I wanted to write a song kind of being a role model and telling people that even though you go through some stuff, you learn from it, and it makes you the person you are today," Brown told The Boot
. "You can't hold a grudge against anybody; you gotta let it go. That's just kinda what the song's about, and hopefully it touches a lot of people... Yeah, life's too short to hold grudges."