Because of its subject matter, this could have turned into a negative song, but Hawley told NME
he penned it "to make myself and his family feel better."
He added: "To try and turn it into something positive was almost impossible, but it's a lesson to us all. You've got to have respect for somebody when they make that ultimate decision. It was awful circumstances, but it was to do with the prescription medication that f---d his head up. It's a comment on our growing reliance on it."