Thomas Rhett wrote this ballad with Rhett Akins and Ashley Gorley as a duet. The trio didn't have anyone specific in mind, but the singer's goal was to match the impact of Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson's 2010 pairing "Don't You Wanna Stay
Knowing his artist Thomas Rhett was looking for a big name to cut this song with, Big Machine Label Group president Scott Borchetta put the singer in touch with pop/R&B songstress Jordin Sparks. "Literally 24 hours later she responded back and had booked a flight to Nashville," Rhett told Taste of Country
. "She came in and was just an immediate glow to the room."