Album: Achin' and Shakin' (2010)


  • Bundy wrote this with the Nashville songwriters Mike Shimshack and Luke Laird. It's the last track on her album Achin' and Shakin', which is divided into two sides, with this song wrapping up the "Shakin'" side. In our interview with Laura Bell Bundy, she said of this song: "Mike had done this track, got together with Luke and I, we wrote the song in 2 hours. And we wanted a feel-good up-tempo, in-general love, not like 'I love you and you love me.' It was like we love each other."


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