"When we were making [1992's] 'Core,' we were living very close to the studio because Brendan [O'Brien, producer] didn't want us battling with any traffic or being late because of Los Angeles traffic.
"He wanted us close to the studio so it was an easy, quick commute. So the four of us were living in a two-bedroom efficiency apartment very close to the studio, off Topanga Canyon Boulevard.
"It was after a long day in the studio and the weekend was there. I know Scott and Eric were hanging out and at that point we were well underway with the record. We all knew what we had at that point; we knew how special the record was coming along.
"We didn't know how successful it was going to be, and there's a big difference there. And that song was really about Scott and Eric talking about the future, what's going to happen and what's going to happen with the women in our lives now. A lot of questioning."
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