This song finds Shooter addressing country music's fake outlaws. Shooter's father was Waylon Jennings, a leading member of the Outlaw Movement, who fought the Nashville establishment to record music in a more authentic manner. He takes aim here at the younger country singers who don't know the history and don't understand where Outlaw came from.
In our interview with Jennings
, he said: "I heard one of those early kind of bro-country songs in a restaurant and I was like, 'What if someone did a song that sounded like this and makes fun of songs like this?' That was my initial thought and I went back and wrote that song pretty quickly."