Both this song and The Pistol Annies track "Beige
" touch on the subject of unplanned pregnancies. "I drew that from girls I went to high school with," Monroe told Spin
. "Your mom comes in and says, 'Okay, you're getting married.' In a small town, that's [seen as] the right thing to do, even if you can't stand who the father is. I always looked at that like, I don't think that's right. How many people have gotten knocked up with no money? That happens all the time."