Gill co-wrote the song with his wife Amy Grant and her touring guitarist Will Owsley. Said Gill: "A whole lot of that melody came from Will - those chord changes. The changes are very Beatles-esque. Amy came and helped us finish the song. Will played and sang on it."
Tragically, Owsley committed suicide in April 2010 at the age of 44. Gill said of his fallen colleague: "This is another song that I wrote with Will Owsley. Will was one of the most musical guys that I had ever known. It just devastated me that he took his life last year. I was talking to my friend Joe Glaser, who repairs guitars in town. We both tried to help Will through his struggles. We were talking the other day and said, "Man, I wish he could have hung on. He had a couple of songs on this record and he might have been helped." (Source of quotes Roughstock)