The Annies knew they wanted some sort of harmony on the song but were undecided about which of them should sing what. Producer Frank Liddell resolved the issues by getting each of the three girls to record their parts without hearing what the others were doing. He then put the three vocal parts together.
"It was like three different puzzle pieces coming together, but still very different," Ashley Monroe told The Boot
. "I get deep chills every time I hear that part... one of my favorite moments on the record is when that happened."