In this song, Kesha warns her new man, who has a history of cheating, that if he does that to her, she's going to hunt him down and kill him. Inspired by outlaw country music, it's a role reversal from songs where the brokenhearted guy threatens the girl who cheated on him. Kesha calls it her "feminist, tongue-in-cheek response to all the outlaw cowboy songs from the male perspective about cheating women."
Kesha wrote this song with Rick Nowels, who also played various instruments on the track. His other credits include co-writing "Standing Still" with Jewel and "Green Light" with John Legend.
Kesha told Q magazine the story behind the song:
"I was listening to a lot of outlaw country from male singers. I remember listening to a song where a guy was talking about how he had his revolver in his pocket and he's going to shoot the girl because she was sleeping with his best friend. I was like, OK, well if a man can say that, then I'm going to write a song about how if you cheat on me, I'm gonna kill you."