Shepherd told The Boot
how she vented out her own feelings and fears on this song: "Talking about feeding off of your own feelings inside the song, my sister and a close friend have gone through some pretty rough stuff with their spouses before with cheating. And you have to wonder sometimes, is it the man that you really want to look at and throw under the bus, or is it that piece of trash riding around in the pickup truck? Because the piece of trash, so to speak, is very alluring and very seductress-like. For me and my husband, one of my biggest peeves is that I can't stand for an old friend or a woman to walk in the room and just run up and speak to my husband but they don't talk to me. Or, if my husband's gonna ride somewhere with his brother, and they're gonna go up to town for a minute and go have a drink. I'm not really worried about him, I'm worried about that ole gal he dated in school ... I know how she is. He may not be looking for a thing, but you drink four or five beers and you let somebody start that stuff, and I know, because I've watched it, and I get ill about it. I'm able to vent out some of the feelings in the song [laughs]."