In our interview with Holly Williams
, she said that this was the song she was most proud of on her third album The Highway
The song is about Holly's grandparents, but not her famous one, Hank Williams Sr. Rather, this song is about her grandparents on her mother's side, telling the story from the perspective of her grandfather. Holly's grandmother, June Bacon White, died in 2009, and the song's lyrics are an accurate portrayal of her life. "Even the order of the children work out in the lyric," says Holly. "The cook, everything. So that's the song that is really hard for me to get through when I sing it live. Usually people come up to me crying. It wrecks the family emotionally. But it's such a sweet memory to me of my childhood and what my grandparents left. So that's definitely my most proud songwriting moment, I think probably ever."