I love Sinéad O'Connor about this track: "In the song, Dylan is talking about this girl who had a terrible life before she met him. She's been dumped and had her heart broken, and she won't stop crying. But it's also about how Dylan's gonna lose his fucking mind if she doesn't stop crying. It's a sweet and gentle song, the first lines are: 'You been down to the bottom with a bad man, but you're back where you belong.' But then the next line is 'Go get me my pistol.' So it's sweet but it's witty too. If you listen to how he sings, you can hear in his voice how much his head's gonna pop she doesn't shut up. He's great at that kind of thing. He doesn't try to be nice."