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"I didn't really know you could make a living in songwriting," said Hunt."I was just very fortunate to have the opportunity to play a few songs for a guy there named Jimmy Ritchey.It's a really, really sexy song with lyrics that are incredibly universal." The song is No.10 after five weeks on the Billboard Country chart and No. Chesney played the song on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Thursday and also played the song on NBC's "Today" show on Friday morning. He's sold songs to record in the past, including "Real Good, Feel Good," which was on Neal Mc Coy's album "XII," which was released in March.In May, just before the release of "Come Over" as the album's second single, Chesney described the song in a story on " 'Come Over' is about two people who are as broken as their relationship is, when they realize deep down that their time together has probably run its own course, but they aren't really ready to emotionally or physically move on to something else," Chesney told the website.His focus now is writing new songs and taking ones already in his catalog to create his own album."About a year ago, I started writing some things for myself," Hunt said.
Hunt, Shane Mc Anally and Josh Osborne gathered to work on songs and began by talking through some ideas.That's when he first heard a song he wrote on the radio.The former UAB quarterback was in the kitchen in his Nashville home on a May afternoon, when he received some text messages that Kenny Chesney's new single, 'Come Over,' a song written by Hunt and two others, was beginning to get play on radio stations."Shane was like 'That's got to be the hook.' From there, we just sort of took off in that direction and it just sort of fell out." The next step was cutting a demo recording in a Nashville studio so the song could be pitched to recording artists.Hunt doesn't remember exactly how Chesney first heard the song but was excited when he chose to include it on his album, "Welcome to the Fishbowl," which was released earlier this week.