Co-written by frontman Adam Levine and Swedish hitmaker Max Martin, this bittersweet tale of a lover creeping away in the morning is one of several Overexposed tracks where Maroon 5 worked with chart-friendly songwriters. The album title itself is further evidence that on this record, the band are aiming to be a band whose music will be inescapable. "The title is kind of pre-emptively saying, 'Hey, we're overexposed. Deal with it,' " Levine told MTV News. "Bands like to do this thing where they're like, 'Oh, man, we just didn't know. Oh my God, it's so crazy, we just wrote this song,' and that's true, but we like that. We want to have that experience, we want to have hits, we want to have songs that, internationally, people are going to know."