Wayne co-wrote four of the album's tracks: "Just Knowing You Love Me," "Just Look at You," "I'll Never Leave You" and "Elephant Ears." The title track and lead-off single is a rendition of Hall & Oates' 1976 single, featuring backing vocals from the duo. Also included is the song "Things I Believe," which fellow country singer Keith Urban wrote with John Shanks, as well as "Belongs to You," previously released as a single by Canadian country band Emerson Drive on its 2009 album Believe. Additionally, "I'll Never Leave You" was a non-charting single released by Wayne to country radio in 2007, but was not included on a previous album.
Thom Jurek of Allmusic gave it four stars out of five. His review described the "Sara Smile" cover favorably and said, "Three full-lengths in, Wayne is transcending his singles artist status and becoming an album-oriented one because of the musical consistency and hardcore emotional intensity of his singing and writing." Jessica Phillips of Country Weekly magazine also cited this cover as a standout track and commended it for containing "romantic ballads" that "[give] his voice room to soar." Her review gave it three-and-a-half stars out of five.
Dan McIntosh of Roughstock gave a mostly negative review, saying that the Hall & Oates cover "certainly smells like a deceptive ploy to attract middle-aged female music fans." He also criticized the themes of most songs by saying, "One also gathers that Wayne is convinced women today are looking for transparent men of their word." McIntosh's review also criticized the album for a lack of up-tempo material.