This moving track from Alison Sudol's debut album is a spoken-word recollection of the morning she and her partner returned home after the former A Fine Frenzy singer suffered a miscarriage.
"Musically, it started out incredibly bare bones and wasn't much more than synth in the studio. It was nothing really," she explained in a 2022 Songfacts interview
. "Chris [Hyson, producer] and I both heard what that song was gonna be very early on, even though there was not much to it. When I heard it, I felt there was something in the color of the synth that echoed the morning after when we got back from the hospital and were staying at my friend's farm. The way everything looked and felt was echoed in the music. It was easy. Not all songs are easy."