Carpenter told The Boot
why she decided to end the record with such an upbeat song after much of the material reflected a dark period in the singer's life when she fell badly ill. Said Carpenter "I wanted very much to end the record with it because I knew going into the studio that this was very much going to be predominantly a quiet record, in terms of it being a narrative of my coming out of this experience that I had. I didn't see it as a cacophonous, muscular-sounding record. I saw it as a more meditative work and ultimately a collection of songs that were positive songs of resilience. So it was important for me to place this song there."