The song has been said to "not [be] afraid to look at life's highs and lows from a very personal angle". Battistelli wrote the song to cheer herself up after backing into a lawyer's car in her driveway.  Its style has been compared to Christian musician Sarah Kelly, and features a background of "thick" drums, guitar, bass, piano, and an electronic organ.
Soul-Audio.com reviewer Bert Saraco said the song was "unfortunately-named", although noting that it was a "hook-laden pop song" that gives "a nice 'real band' sound". CCMBuzz.com's review called it a "smooth tune of empowerment".