The JaneDear Girls are a Country duo comprising Utah native Susie Brown and Texas born Danelle Leverett. The follow-up to their debut single "Wildflower
" was penned by Leverett with Canadian Country music artist Deric Ruttan and finds her recalling an old flame with whom she liked riding shotgun. "I was dating this guy a couple of years back, and he wanted to buy a truck," she told Taste of Country
. "He went down to Carl Black Chevrolet and sat in all kinds of different trucks. Basically I decided that I liked the kind with the bench seat, which apparently is not a popular choice these days. He had to take a downgrade on a truck to get a bench seat because everyone wants one with bucket seats, because they're more fancy. Nobody wants to be that person riding in the middle anymore. Well, I'm totally that girl. I want to ride smack dab in the middle, right next to him. Comfortably close! Shotgun! That's what I wanted."
"I did ride with him like that for quite a while, until I broke up with him," Leverett added. "I got a good song out of it, though [laughs]! That's about it! And he is stuck with that truck, still."