Written by Jim Beavers and Bob DiPiero, “Lovin’ You Is Fun” is set to a bluesy shufflin’ groove and features production from Carson Chamberlain that keeps Easton Corbin grounded in that neotraditionalist sound that we’ve grown accustomed to hearing from. While not as immediate sounding a first single as “A Little More Country Than That,” “Lovin’ You Is Fun” is still a strong, melodic and memorable single. The lyrics find Easton trying to overcome the assertation of his girlfriend’s cousin that real love includes drama. Easton insists that love doesn’t have to be that way and that having a good time and enjoying each other should be a lot more fun, therefore: “Lovin’ You Is Fun.”
It’s hard to see how this single won’t become a strong, successful single for Easton as it has all the charm of his first two singles and suggests that his upcoming album could bring him to a higher level of awareness than even the debut album achieved.
Watch Easton Corbin perform “Lovin’ You Is Fun.”