The song is a raw look at a girl who is involved with an unkind man and just isn't getting the love she deserves. Blackmore recalled to Radio.com
the night she wrote the song, when she was alone in her Los Angeles apartment, drinking wine and having, what she calls, an "especially girly moment." "I'm very dramatic. It's probably embarrassing," she said, explaining she was actually giving herself a pep talk in front of the mirror. Blackmore was saying things to herself like, "You are attractive, Ginny. Someone will love you. You're wonderful."
"I just sang and the first verse came out freestyle," she added. "It's just what I felt in the moment, the first thing that popped in my head."