In this quiet piano number, Mitski is contemplating the end of a long-term relationship that helped shape her identity. She sings:It's been you and me
Since before I was me
I don't yet know
Quite how to live
"Sometimes you've been with an idea or a goal or a person so long that it's a deep part of you. And without them, it's like you have to figure out a whole new person to be," she told Pitchfork
. "When someone or something has made you who you are, even if it's the end, there's a gratefulness for how you came at where you are together. You wouldn't be who you are without them. There's a real beauty and peace to that I think."