A song written by Ronnie Dunn, it was recorded by the duo Brooks & Dunn for the Arista label, it was recorded in March 1991, at Tree Studios, 8th Music Sq. West, Nashville, TN, on the Brooks & Dunn recording, it was accompanied by, Brent Mason (guitar), Mark Casstevens (guitar and mandolin), Bruc Bouton (steel), Glenn Worf and Mike Chapman (bass), Lonnie Wilson (drums), Rob Hajacos (fiddle), John Barlow Jarvis (piano & keyboards) and Dennis Wilson, Harry Stinson & John Wesley Ryles (vocal back). With the production of Scott Hendricks & Don Cook, the single was released on February 24, 1992, on May 9, 1992, it reached number # 1 of the lists of US Hot Country Singles, for two weeks in a row. On the Canada Country Tracks lists, it reached number # 1 on May 23, 1992, for two weeks in a row.
The song became their third consecutive number one on the country charts. It was also their first single not to have an accompanying music video.
The song was included in the Brooks & Dunn debut album, Brand New Man (Arista 1991), the album was released on August 13, 1991, and reached number # 3 on the USTop Country Albums lists, and the number # 5 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums lists.
The album was certified 6 × Multi-Platinum by the RIAA for sales of six million copies.
On the original 45 record, it was paired with another good song: The B-Side was “Cheating on the Blues ” from the pen of D Cook, K. Brooks and C. Rains .
Miquel Batlle Garriga