This gender-bending cut finds Alison Mosshart portraying a bullying male lover, shouting, "I'm a bad man, let me through."
Guitarist Dean Fertita broke down how the band crafted the cut, saying: "The song was based around a bass riff that we just looped, and Alison wrote the lyrics and vocal without guitar at all; just bass and drums."
Asked by Jam! Music of the differences between Dead Weather and Alison Mosshart's other band, The Kills, which features her and British guitarist Jamie Hince, the singer replied: "They're just so incredibly different – that's what I love about it. The process, the way of writing – it's just opposite. The Dead Weather, we just sit in a room and we just play and in a couple of hours we have a song or two and it's recorded, and it's started. It's not like we belabour over a song or overthink a ton of stuff. We're just appreciating what we do naturally and capturing that and that's it."
"So it's a totally different process and that's why I like it," she added. "It's another creative outlet. And you know what? The more the merrier in my head."