Album: Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates (2007)
  • Chesney told CMT about this song: "In the song, it talks about music being a demon. It talks about women being a demon - which I confess, that might be mine. And it talks about alcohol and drugs. I know people that have one of those somewhere. Or I know people that have got all of them at once. Are you kidding me? (laughs) What am I talking about?! But we do. It's how you deal with it and how you move on and how you choose to lead your life. I think that's what makes this song so powerful."
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