The second single from Tears On Tape
was the first track recorded for the album. HIM were attempting to find a balance between their heavy guitars and full on melancholy of the music and frontman Ville Valo
it was this song that opened the floodgates: "I love the Ronettes, the 'do-run-run-run' pop stuff. I love the lyrics, having 'blue, blue blue' being repetitive. It's a '60s doo-wop thing. It's cool to incorporate all ideas, and to not restrict yourself. We decided to steal a bit from Ronnie Spector and Sabbath and create a bastard child," he said.
"That song was important. We cracked open the beer bottle and knew we had a new album; we found our way. We sweated it out in a little rehearsal space, and here were are."