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I listened to every single note that is played by every single instrument. .entirely too many times.""I'm Comin' Over," the project's title track and current single, finds its narrator struggling to define a red-hot but tumultuous relationship.Even though he knows it's wrong, he just can’t stay away. '"Later on, Young gets wrapped up in his own warm-fuzzies with "What If I Stay," finds a girl who competes him during "Callin' My Name" and feels the effects of a spoiled-love hangover on "Sober Saturday Night."With so much emotion flying around, Young balances things out by also adding the beachy, feel-good flow of "Sunshine Overtime" and a muscle-bound, country football anthem called "Underdogs." Still, he shines brightest when he speaks from the heart, as he does on "Think of You." A striking, clear-eyed duet sung from the other side of a breakup, the song features Cassadee Pope as Young's singing partner."It's really exciting for me for a couple of reasons," he says of the song.With a beating-heart rhythm and Young's casual baritone hitting the "screw it" theme perfectly, the love-sick, mid-tempo tune is currently rising toward the Top 20 on 's Country Airplay chart. "One, it's a male-female duet, which I've never put on a record, and two is that I got to do it with Cassadee Pope, who is just a phenomenal singer, and a really, really cool person."The insightful duet follows a former couple as they search for new roles inside their social circle post-flameout.Young, who co-wrote the song with Crowder and Josh Hoge, says he's felt like that guy before."I don't think breakups are ever easy for anybody," he explains. But when you look at ' I'm Comin' Over,' whether it is the end of the relationship or not, it's definitely the end of that part where you're like, ' Hey, what are we doing here? Like "I'm Comin' Over," it was also written by Young, Crowder and Hoge, who teamed up for six of the album's 11 tracks."It is a little bit different because if you tell somebody, ' Hey, we wrote a male-female duet,' they’re going to instantly think it's a ballad," says Young."But this one is not; it's more of a tempo song, and it's an interesting perspective on how when you're in a relationship with somebody for so long, all of your friends start to think of you as a pair.Christopher Alan "Chris" Young was the winner of the fourth season of singing competition in television, "Nashville Star".