This ethereal electronic track closes Evanescence's third album and completes a trilogy of sea-themed songs following "Never Go Back
" and "Oceans." Frontwoman Amy Lee explained its meaning to Kerrang!
magazine: "It's goodbye," she said. "It's partly about the acceptance of death. I love that song because it's not angry and it's not perfectly happy. It's sad but it's accepting the things in life that are hard - like someone leaving this world and feeling the peace of crossing over."
She continued: "I've been through plenty of loss in my life. A big part of my early childhood was loss and understanding death and I think that this is me expressing that in a beautiful way. That's a part of life and it's okay."