Like many great Blues musicians, Azar is influenced by the Mississippi Delta, where he grew up. It can be a very sensual place, and perfect for a song about a relationship. In our interview with Steve Azar
, he told us: "My wife loves that song. I'd had the idea for that song for a while, just kind of sitting with it. There's that delta side of me - thinking about the river, and relationships, and how with a great relationship you're up and down, you're drowning and you're floating. It's all a process, and how you get through it and how you get better at a relationship. So Josh Kelley and I were outside of House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. And it was Darius Rucker and all his boys, and Sony and the guys, and Mark and Dean, and we do their event every year. So I was outside the bus, and I started telling Josh about the song, and I started singing it, and he started singing it with me, and then we met back in Nashville and it was written. It was just one of those moments."