Kim Ware, who started the collective in 2006, says the song addresses the pain of having conflict with someone you care about.
"This song is about overthinking a conflict you have with someone really close to you, wanting to fix it, but having no idea how," Ware says. "Wondering how it even happened to start with, and just feeling so much disappointment -- almost like you're watching a movie about yourself because the whole thing seems so surreal and from out of nowhere. It's a very real story, and at the time seemed very all-consuming. It was like I was spinning, and replaying it in my mind each day, coming up with things I should have said, writing letters ... trying anything to just help me process it. Ultimately I had to realize that a big reason I was so disappointed was that I had placed the other person on such a high pedestal. But the song itself became really cathartic, writing it on my porch, as I sat listening to the crickets. At that point, I was just so exhausted by the whole thing, I just wanted someone to 'show me the door' so I could find a way out."
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