This song is anxiety filled.
And also the second song on the album to be void of piano. Which I don’t mind since it places all the focus on the vocals, bass and crisp rhythm guitar. The refrain is very easy to sing along too, so much in fact that Sara doubles up to sing harmony with herself.
Imagine a world where you realized your one chance at true love was in the past. Maybe you didn’t recognize it until they were gone. Maybe you fucked it up. Did something stupid. Found out he or she was actually married, or they had to go away oversees, across the country. Or worse yet, you did nothing about it and unwillingly allowed the one true love to just slip on by?
Then with this knowledge you’d spent your next formidable years obsessively trying to recreate the circumstances for that mysterious or perhaps a new one true love to come around.
Yep, this song is anxiety filled.
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