The '60s-pop-flavored closing track from Wilco's ninth studio album is about the familial ties that bind. "I'm sustained by a deep pull and connection to my family, to my wife," lead singer Jeff Tweedy explained in a Song Exploder
podcast. "I realize we're magnetized. I don't know if I can say it any more plainly than that, even though it sounds silly out of context. I don't think it's necessarily about romantic love. I think it's about something stronger than that, and that's family."