This song is called "If I Ever Get Around To Living." And it represents this freaky end of the record thing where I was like, give me another one. I'll write another one. And I was playing a rousing game of Jenga one night listening to "Wooden Ships" by Crosby, Stills & Nash, and there's something about the way these guys used to write suites. Where they'd go from one thing to another thing—these scene changes.
So this song works in three pieces. The first part I had had. It really said something that was very important to me. I thought, Where does this thing go? And the next day I came in and added a second part, and the next day I came in and went, can I really get away with this? And added a third part. I think "Who Says" was the song on Battle Studies that sort of opened up and Born and Raised came out of it. "If I Ever Get Around To Living" is sort of the song on this that's gonna open up and take to the next record.