Weezer guitarist Brian Bell: "I think this was a song that I fought for at Rick Rubin's house. And everything sounds so good at Rick Rubin's house, because he has this uber-sound-system, and it just was apparent that we had to do it. And I thought it was just an unbelievably sincere message that Rivers was conveying - I don't know if he knew the weight of what he was saying. It was really great. it's a personal lyric but it's extremely universal because it's hard to say 'I'm sorry' in any sense, it's hard to admit fault, and I just think it's a song for all guys that don't know how to express themselves, so that they can at least sing that lyric to whoever they harm - their girlfriend, or whatever."
Bertrand - Paris, France