Monroe penned this raucous cut when she was a teenager. It tells the tale of a woman who is fed up with romance and longs to spice things up with her significant other. Monroe recalled to The Boot
: "When I wrote that song, I was 19! We were laughing that whole co-write, with [writers] Sally Barris and John McElroy. I was saying, 'Let's just go there.'"
She added: "People are either going to love me or hate me for it. But I'm going to sing about what I'm going to sing about. If people can't laugh at it or take a joke, they can listen to something else."