The first verse features the lyric "coo-coo-ca-choos," a shout-out to The Beatles' "I Am The Walrus
"Sometimes, the sound of the words will happen before the actual words," Gordie Sampson noted to Billboard
magazine. "So Eric will mumble something like, 'Oo, oo, oo-oooh,' and then it's just about trying to find a word that fits in that hole, like 'coo-coo-ca-choo.' I remember reading an article about Shania Twain and Mutt Lange working together and them talking about that's how she often would write, finding the sound of the words before finding the words themselves."
"I'm hoping ["coo-coo-ca-choo"] makes people question and dig in deeper," Jessi Alexander added. "I mean, that's what I did. When I heard different references about older artists, I was looking for them. So hopefully, it'll bring a little light there."