From the Asbury Park Press site at app.com, Lydia Loveless says that she was introduced to the tune by her guitarist, Todd May.
“I was kind of obsessed with it at the time. I was listening to a lot of (Kirsty’s) stuff, and we’d done everything so quickly that we had some space left over. I suggested that we just kind of learn that in the studio, and that ended up going really well, so it ended up on (the album),” she explained.
“I wish I could say it was a little more thoughtful than that, but actually once it was on there, it seemed right to end the album with that. Because I feel like it starts out on a bit of a high note and then goes into sort of a downward spiral, and that’s sort of a cheerful song to end everything on. So that’s why we ended up putting it on the record.”