Murphy planned to borrow Leonard Cohen's services for a spoken word section on this song, before the Canadian passed away. "When I worked on the last song of the record, I said I wanted a spoken word bit done at the end", he told Crack Magazine
"I said it would be amazing to have Lou Reed on the end of that song but he'd died. But then I said 'I feel like I could talk to Leonard Cohen, let's call Leonard Cohen and maybe he'll do it' and then he died like three days later and I'm like… 'f--k off'. I'm not going to ask anybody else because they're just going to die."