That's the bar-keep giving Kenny Chesney a lesson on good husbandry while he shares a few stories about his wife Bonnie. The bartender is said to be a good friend of Chesney's, but we never get to meet the girl he's fighting with. This song is from Chesney's 2002 'No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems' album, a collection of songs that began his accent to superstardom. In this song, the singer shows he's able to deliver an emotional ballad, and not just rely on concert anthems like 'She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy.'