In my Drive folder I have an entire folder titled "Semi," which contains dozens of songs I've half-written over the years. I browsed around through it and finished a couple I added here already. This song just had one line: "Like an old worn book that sits there on the shelf, full of the lies we tell ourselves." I couldn't remember if that was just part of a verse, or the hook and title. So I just wrote around it, a song about some of the lies many of us tell ourselves. Although it sorta just poured onto the page without me paying much attention, that last verse really gets me. "I'll get right to it, when I get a chance. And when the next slow song plays, that's when I'll dance." I guess something was burning in my mind, as that really hits close to home for me - the metaphorical nature of putting something off with a bargain, and then never doing it.