This song is serious and earnest. Instrumentally, the simplicity creates a serious feeling. Piano, guitar, bass, drums, and vocals conveying lyrics with substance, this song is memorable and melancholy. It is about a very serious subject; and, in Randy's words, "we had a neighbor named Joy who passed away from a drug overdose. She had a husband and three young children. She had been taking handfuls of Vicodin for many years. After going through drug rehab, she had a relapse while her husband and oldest daughter were out of town. Joy's son found her on the floor one morning and she wouldn't wake up."