For the second week in a row, Lady Antebellum‘s ‘Just a Kiss’ is the top song on Billboard’s country charts — and now it can add the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart to its lists of conquests.

It’s another in a string of hits for the fast-rising band — and to hear singer Hillary Scott tell it, they always knew the song was going to be something special.

“I’ll never forget the day we wrote our single, ‘Just a Kiss,’” Scott recalled. “The guys were over at Dallas Davidson’s, in his writing room, and I was in the vocal booth actually singing a vocal on another one of the songs on the album. And so, Charles called and said, ‘Hillary, I know you’re singing, but you’ve got to get over here. We started something that we really think is special.’ And so I drove down Music Row and hopped in the writing room with the boys, and we wrote it and loved it. [We] unanimously felt that it was something really special and could most likely be our first single.”

While ‘Just a Kiss’ continues its reign, Lady Antebellum continues making plans for the fall, including the release of their new album, ‘Own the Night,’ a headlining fall tour, and an appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live.’

[Taste of Country]