Somebody to help with a flat tire
Somebody to walk me down the aisle
The worst part of this is I'm not even sad
How do I miss something I never had?
Kesha told Apple Music
that she hadn't planned on penning a track about growing up without her father, but one day the words came pouring out.
"The song just kind of started flowing out of my mouth," she said. "I opened some sort of unconscious floodgates; I had no idea I had all these feelings about the subject. It feels so vulnerable and embarrassing when you're writing a song like that, because there's shame, there's guilt, there's sadness, there's resentment - so many questions that are in the back of your mind when you have a situation in the way I grew up in."