LoCash's Preston Brust penned this tune with Nashville songsmiths Michael Tyler and Jaron Boyer. "We just wanted a song that had a little bit of attitude," Brust told The Boot
. "We were talking that day about how the girls get to sing songs to guys and kind of say, 'Hey, before he cheats, beat his car up a little bit this time around.' So we were like, 'I ain't never cried a tear in my beer in my whole life, and I'm not starting tonight over you.' We were like, it feels good."
"We don't have a song like that, with guys with attitude," he added. "So we ran with it. The song was on hold for a couple of different artists, and someone was going to make it their lead single, and [Sr. VP of Promotion] Gator [Michaels] called me and said, 'Why have I not heard this song?' I said 'Well, it's on hold. It's kind off limits.' He said, 'Not anymore. It's our song. Go get it.'"