The song is about a couple where the question "what if" is asked repeatedly about what would happen in their relationship. The song is in the key of G minor with a moderately fast tempo of approximately beats per minute. The song sold 6, downloads in the US the week the album was released on December 2, , allowing it to chart at number 37 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Kane Brown 's meaty country voice is sweetened with Lauren Alaina 's high-octave harmonies on "What Ifs," the third single from Brown's debut studio album. The uptempo love song contemplates the many ways a relationship can go. The rock-influenced track finds Brown and his love interest at a pivotal moment in their relationship. She has doubts, seemingly based on past experiences.
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He was a jock who wanted to play football. Instead, he was forced into chorus class where he quietly plotted how to sneak out and join the ballgame. Lauren Alaina, 12, sat next to him. Brown was dating her friend Jerrica, and after the bubbly Alaina heard him hum in class, she decided to force him out of his shell. Between them, the friends are nominated for three Academy of Country Music Awards. Alaina, 23, is considered a feature on the song and stood in the background as Brown, 24, was lauded for his accomplishments. But in a comfortable back room after the party, Brown said Alaina is to credit for much of his success. In addition to elevating the hit with her distinct, wide-ranging vocals and creative adlibs, many years before she convinced him to get over his fear and sing in chorus class. Lake View Middle School only offered chorus one year before the program was cut due to lack of funding.
I don't think you necessarily need to cut ties with her. I am a happily married mono-faith guy who has no testimony of dusted base boards. But that was also a possibility if he had married a non-mormon. I have feeling you stopped pursuing anyone unlikely to go for you. No respect for people's time or relationships. If I catch you in the back seat trying to pick her locks, I'm going to send you back to mother in a card board box. I feel like I make a lot of sacrifices to see him and try to make it as convenient as possible for him, which means planning ahead and changing my schedule around sometimes. She's told me the church is one of the most important things to her, but from what I've researched already there's no way I would subject my future children to this culture.