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 Jason Aldean - “I got off stage and this guy walked up to me. He's like this ball of energy. His name was Lawrence Mathis, a manager. He said. 'I like what you're doing, and I'd like to talk to you. What are your plans What are you doing' I said, 'You caught me at a bad time, because I'm probably moving home in a couple of months.' But I met with him that next Monday and told him what was going on. He said, 'Give me a year to work with you.' I said, 'l don't have a year. I've got six months, at best.' He said, 'All right. Six months.' Five weeks later we got offered a deal from Broken Bow.”
 Jason Aldean - “I think he's just a great songwriter, and obviously, artist-wise, that speaks for itself.”
 Jason Aldean - “I remember being 4 or 5 years old, sitting in front of a record player with headphones listening to my dad's albums,”
 Jason Aldean - “I can picture guys sitting out in their yard, working in their yard, bending over to plant some trees or something, and half their crack shows, ... I mean, that's kind of one of the things that drew me into the song. The song talks about things that I grew up experiencing.”
 Jason Aldean - “I can definitely relate to a few things in the song. Going mudding on a dirt road, going to football games, I did a few of those things.”