David Nail has always been open about his struggles with depression. After spending over a decade in his late 20s and early 30s battling chronic melancholia the singer had reached rock bottom, which was when he realized he needed to seek outside help. I don't want pity for being this way
It ain't your problem, no you ain't to blame
Don't have the answer, no I don't understand
What's wrong in my head?
It's just who I am
Nail explained to Taste of Country
: "Everybody is different and everybody's situation is different. That was more or less what I was saying in the song. One of the most frustrating aspects of going through chronic, severe depression and being able to sustain any sort of consistency, is coming to grips with the fact that there is no cure. There's things that you can do to manage it, but there's no answers and everybody's different."