This song of a yearning love from a afar was written by King's X guitarist Ty Tabor. There was a real "Goldilox," but she probably doesn't know this song is about her.
Tabor spotted her in a Houston club called Cardi's, where he and his buddies went to check out various metal bands, including an early version of Pantera. In King's X: The Oral History
, he explained: "It was this really big club - a lot of great bands came through all the time, so it was a great place to see killer musicians. We would go and check out pretty much anybody that came through town. And, one night, there was this beautiful girl with long, curly, gold hair, a couple of tables in front of me. But I was too chicken to bother her. I went home, and I had this music in my head, and I couldn't get it out of my head. I didn't even really have anything to write about, so I took that incident and turned it into this whole big deal, which to be honest with you, wasn't as big as the song makes it seem. But that was the inspiration for it. It was a real person that I never met."