“This is a song for Jenni. It really rings true now. Everything she’s done for me, the love and support, how she’s looked after me – she’s something else.
“We rented a condo on the beach in Daytona, where she’s from, and I picked up an acoustic one morning and the song just started happening. It changed a little when I made it electric – it got faster, more intense.
“The song came out way better than I expected. It’s a sleeper. I love the intro and the chord changes. Suddenly, when you least expect it, it goes into this heavy riff. The solo reminds me of Clapton in early Cream.
“I wasn’t planning on playing that way. I didn’t have it worked out. I just responded to the moment. That’s what you have to do with music: be open to where the song wants to go.”