This is a track on the second Jellyfish album, Spilt Milk
, which ended up being their last. The group's colorful pop sound was out of step with hair metal, grunge or hip-hop, the prevailing genres. Roger Manning, the keyboard player and other songwriter in the group, said of their sound in a Songfacts interview
: "It's certainly not fashionable in any kind of mainstream sense, but there are pockets of audiences that keep that all alive. When it came time to finally have a stage to share my own ideas with my collaborators, any time we got any attention I was surprised, whether that was getting signed, or getting played on MTV or radio, or having people in the audience. To me, it was a miracle."