The mixture of a somewhat cheesy melody and a somewhat sleazy narrator does make the song kind of fun, even though the hook seems to be trying a bit too hard. The lyrics are somewhat undeveloped, and it’s a bit hard to believe his pick-up line works, but it does enough to drive home the song’s message. Shelton has done a fine job of mixing 80’s style music with country in the past, his Starting Fires record comes to mind, and he seems to be trying that again here, though a few more country elements would’ve been welcomed. Overall it’s a solid, but slightly underwhelming track, the kind that you sing along to without even realizing it’s playing on the radio. It’s unlikely to be anyone’s favorite song of 2012, but it’s a harmless tune that should catch the ear of the casual listener, and should give Shelton a fair chance to continue his streak at the top of the charts.