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Producer Warryn Campbell met Brandy Norwood at age 15 when he started playing keyboards in her live band. Though he left the band two years later to pursue a career in music production, the pair reteamed in 2001 along with songwriter Harold Lilly to collaborate on Norwood’s third studio album Full Moon. During the first month they worked together, Campbell, Lilly, and Norwood discussed spirituality. Norwood, who was raised in a Christian household, read a lot of religion and spiritual texts as that time, but while conversations prompted Campbell to ask Norwood to record a gospel song, Norwood declined. Determined to get Norwood to sing a gospel song however, Campbell convinced Lilly to craft a song which would speak discreetly about God in third person. Though Norwood later joined the couple for additional writing on the track, Campbell and Lilly kept the initial meaning of the song a secret until its single release. In an interview with Yahoo! Music in August 2002, Campbell revealed, “I’ve never told [Brandy]. She still don’t know. She thinks it’s about birth. And I wanted her to sing it like it’s about birth. That gave it that push. She has probably figured it out by now. ”