Jordin penned this gospel-inspired ballad with Toby Gad ("If I Were A Boy") and Lindy Robbins ("What's Left of Me"). The trio also penned "Emergency (911)" from the same album.
Sparks told the Associated Press about the song: "We wrote that four days before the (presidential) inauguration and it was one of those things. And we were thinking about everything going on in the world and our economy and how there's a sense of hopelessness around for a lot of people. And I was thinking about one of my best friends who passed away two years ago - thinking, (what) if I was the person to tell her, 'It's going to be OK,' and keep her head up, and that she's got people that love her, if she would still be here?"
Sparks unveiled this song at the Commander-in-Chief Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C on January 20th, 2009.