Let's get one thing straight: "Baby Be My Love Song" is not revolutionary. It is the very definition of light and fluffy. However, there are two components that make "Baby Be My Love Song" work. The first one that Easton delivers it with the charm and charisma that made hits like "Lovin' You Is Fun" and "Roll With It" so strong and enjoyable. The second is that the production sounds very much like it belongs on country radio. The guitars are a bit heavier than a typical Easton Corbin record, but it still very much the neo-traditional flavor that made Easton a favorite among traditional country fans.
Easton's music, for the most part relies heavily on a lyrical formula that isn't offensive by any stretch of the imagination, but would never be mistaken as deep by most peoples standards, and "Baby Be My Love Song" is no exception. Take it for what it is, a well executed sing-a-long toe tapper. World shifting? No, but I'll take it.
Listen: "Baby Be My Love Song"