• Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron wrote this. In a Sonicnet interview, Eddie Vedder said: "There's a lot of momentum in it. I couldn't sit down and write to it, so that was when I'd take it in the car and just go for drives - the open road thing. So it felt like I was evacuating. The theory behind the song, which I've probably done 4 times already, is getting out of a situation. 'Rearviewmirror' might be the same song. But it's time to make a change - it's a song about change." >>
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  • Paulo Pereira from UsaSpecifically, Cameron wrote the music for this song.
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