Atop a shuffling country-rock beat, this song finds Rodney Atkins reassuring the listener that despite all the chaos of late, he or she is doing it right:
"Yeah, you're doing it right
You're shinin' in your light
You ain't losing your mind
No everything's fine
You're dropping the ball
But you're picking it up
You stumbling and fallin' and falling in love
You're hangin' on tight
You're prayin' each night
You're doin' it right."
The song was penned by Nashville songwriter Jay Knowles (George Strait's "She'll Leave You With A Smile
," Alan Jackson's "So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore
"). According to Atkins, the song made a big impact on his life, and he knew as soon as he heard it that he had to cut it.