Bass player Eric Bass co-wrote this tune. He told City Beat magazine the story of the song: "The piano part I had for a couple years. I had been playing it in sound checks. We don't write on the road, but if it's something someone in the band hears, 'Hey remember that. Record that.' We are pretty in tune with that sort of stuff."
"We were out on our acoustic tour that we did on the end of our last record cycle with Will Hoge, a great singer-songwriter from Nashville. Nobody had really said anything about the piano thing I had, so I thought maybe it will be good for Will."
"So I hit him up and said, 'On the next day off, I want to show you this piano piece I have got and we can write a song.' He gave me his number and said to give him a call. I gave him a call the day of, I called him like three times, never went to voicemail, never picked up."
"The next day, I was like, 'I called you three times.' He said, 'It never came through. I don't know what happened.' That day at soundcheck, Brent was like, 'What's that thing you are playing?' I was like, 'Man, I have been playing it for three years.' He finally woke up to it. We actually had the recording that day at sound check kind of going through the song. Some of the lyrics are actually in there from that first time we ever played it through, he and I."
"If you fast forward six months when we finally wrote it, finally sat down and wrote the song, it happened seamlessly. We wrote it in like two hours, the whole thing was done."