Grace Potter co-wrote this cut with the Black Keys' frontman Dan Auerbach. Potter told The Boot
that the song can be interpreted in a number of different ways. "I was gonna make it about a break-up and keep it a lovelorn, post-relationship kind of thing. But then Dan made the point that the broader you are, the more everybody is going to want to put it on a mixtape," she explained. "My neighbor pointed out that for him, it was about getting sober. It was a good mantra for him for not drinking and not taking pills. Then a divorced woman came up to me and said, 'This song isn't about my ex-husband, it's about the lawyer that I was using who screwed me over.' Everyone has their own take on it."