The only real downfall of this song is the slightly grating and annoying voice of the echo/response effect at the end of every line of the verses. It's unnecessary and most of the additions add nothing to the song whatsoever. But despite that, this song is produced like a country song should be produced. The banjos are loud and proudly prominent, and fiddle is woven throughout the song. The song sounds country, no doubt about it. Cates also sings the song well. There's not the emotion found in "Behind Your Back" but this song still shows off her vocals.
Jessie Lee Cates has been such a success overseas, but it's time for her to get some real recognition in her own country. This song and her EP, titled after this song are showing true potential. She could be one of the artists to steer country away from pop and back to country. As for the artists to lead this next generation of county music, Jessie Lee Cates is one to name.
Overall rating: 4 crowns