Call it a continuation of "Tomorrow" if you want, this is a song that features a good story and excellent vocals and a production that blends traditional with contemporary very well.
Another solid offering from a duo who blend traditional country with contemporary country to craft a tune that has a great message, with the only thing holding it back being the somewhat sloppy lyrics.
Man it's great to have Alan back! This tune is nothing earth shattering, but it's a good enough song to quench people's thirsts for new Alan Jackson music. Did I mention how great it is to have Alan back?
Hot girl? Check. Placing said girl in a truck for a night of fun? Check. Good moonlight? Check. A dirt road nobody knows? Check. Overall boring and forgettable song? Check-a-mundo
Ugh.....I get that more and more Pop influences have infiltrated Country, but do we really need to imitate a 90's ripoff? Seriously, the production sounds like an outdated pop song, and the lyrics are clunky as all heck. I suppose it's catchy, but that's not always a good thing.
The song is about a guy who encourages a girl to break up with a guy, even though there is no mention of the relationship going wrong. Can he come across as any more of an arrogant prick? Also, can we stop with the Sam Hunt-esque spoken word/Rap? Please?