The album opens with the first single "Come On Over" was co-written by country music artist Rachel Proctor, Victoria Banks and Simpson herself. The lyrics of the uptempo single focus on the narrator's paramour. Simpson said, "The fun thing about the song is that anxiety of wanting the guy to come over right then and there. Everybody's felt that before." The next song "Remember That" was co-written by country music writers Rachel Proctor and Victoria Banks. The lyrics of the single focus on a history of anger, violence and the strength that it takes for the victim to leave the abuser.
In "Remember That" she sings, “It doesn’t matter how he hurts you / With his hands or with his words / You don’t deserve it / It ain’t worth it / Take your heart and run.” The third track of the album, "Pray Out Loud" is a mid-tempo song in the key of B major backed with acoustic guitar. The fourth song "You're My Sunday" is a moderate up-tempo song in the key of G minor backed by electric guitar, written by Simpson, Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey. "Sipping on History" is a love ballad in the key of B major backed primarily by an acoustic guitar. The sixth track, "Still Beautiful" is a moderate up-tempo song in the key of B♭ major backed primarily by steel guitar. The seventh track, "Still Don't Stop Me" is a ballad in the key of E major about a love gone bad, driven by acoustic guitar and percussion. "When I Loved You Like That" the eighth track is an up-tempo song in the key of A♭ major backed by electric and steel guitars and percussion. "Might as Well Be Making Love" track number nine, is a country-pop ballad in the key of F major driven primarily by acoustic guitar with steel guitar fills. "Man Enough" is an uptempo country in the key of A♭ major song backed primarily by electric guitar, banjo, and steel guitar."Do You Know" is a moderate up-tempo song written by Jessica and Dolly Parton.
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