Kerli claims she wrote the song after she liked a boy and was rejected by him because her feelings weren't reciprocated. She also said that later she understood the song could have more meanings and interpretations and that she had grown fond of it over time.
Kerli sings face to face with the camera; The background is very dark and depressing and Kerli is very elderly. As the video progresses, Kerli grows younger and the background gets more colorful and cheerful. Throughout the video, crows are seen flying in the background and transition into butterflies towards the end of the video. A gigantic butterfly flies onto the back of Kerli and it appears as if she has wings. The background makes it appear as if she is now flying as she screams the end of the song.
- Recording Engineer: T.J Doherty
- Engineer: Oliver Strauss
- Assistant Mixer: Matty Green
- Drums: Skoota Warner
- Percussion, Recording Engineer, Drum Programmer, Guitar, Mix Engineer, Producer, Bass Guitar: David Maurice
- Guitar, Bass Guitar: Fil Eisler
- Double Bass: Anthony Falanga
- Double Bass: Gregg August
- Cello: Joel W. Noyes
- Cello: Inbal Segev
- Violin: Emily J. Ondrovek
- Violin: Alison Zlotow
- Violin: Mio H. Alt
- Violin: Yoon K. Kwon
- Keyboards, String Arranger: John Deley
- Author, Composer: David Maurice
- Composer, Author: Kerli Kõiv
- Author, Composer: Miles Gregory
Usage in media
- The song appeared on the show The L Word, on the episode Last Word.