This was the last song that Buckcherry wrote for Confessions. Frontman Josh Todd told Classic Rock Revisited: "We wanted a really great song that was mid-tempo but would rip your head off when it got to the chorus."
The song's music video was directed by Daniel Gomez and is the first in Buckcherry's career not to feature them in a performance environment. The clip sees each band member personifying one of the seven deadly sins, the theme that inspired the album. Gomez explained. "It opens in a roadside motel where there was a murder-suicide, and the video is the aftermath. Our character comes back from the dead and walks into a tunnel that is the pathway to hell and ends up in an Alice In Wonderland-meets-Dante's Inferno tea party where six of the seven deadly sins are having a party in the middle of the forest — our interpretation of hell."