This is a bluegrass-inflected cover of a Bob Dylan song that originally appeared on the folk legend's 1978 album, Street Legal
. Bentley's version features Bluegrass act The Punch Brothers with their vocalist Chris Thile. The Country artist recalled to The Boot
: "It was just inspiring to be around Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers. We went to Brooklyn to record with them. To be in their world was inspiring - bluegrass guys who moved to Brooklyn so they could be in a band, and be in a cool, inspiring place. It's like being in the post-graduate school of bluegrass, they are all are so talented on their own, not just in bluegrass but Bach and Beethoven and all kinds of music. I remember working on the album in their studio in Brooklyn, singing and looking out the window and I could see the Statue of Liberty. That was pretty cool."