Despite the title, Harrison's lyric is not about a girl called Sally. Hardwell explained: "Sally is not a fictive person. Sally is a term in the rock industry that's been used by The Beatles
and Eric Clapton
, and if he says 'I've been f--king Sally,' he's saying he doesn't give a f--k about what's going on. That's the definition of the song."
"When he explained this to me, I said maybe it's cool for Hardwell, who's always been seen as that nice and normal guy from Holland, to make something more shocking."