McGraw's cousin, Catherine Dunn, lends her voice as backing vocals on this song. The voices complement each other wonderfully, but Dunn's voice also isn't overpowering and taking over the song. It's not made into a duet. It's produced beautifully and masterfully by McGraw and Byron Gallimore.
Another thing I really like about this song is it takes strides to add some substance back to drinking songs. Perhaps that sounds like an anomaly, but there was a time when drinking songs sometimes had more to them than just being about getting drunk because it's something to due on a Friday night. I noted this in a post last August. This song has something more to it; it has something holding it together.
I'm really hoping this song does well on the charts. Not only will it show some hope for the future of country music and restore at least a little of my faith in some of those fans who simply listen to the radio, but it will only help to encourage more songs and singles like this one.