The beginning of the song feels like standing nervously in the middle of an empty church, soft sunlight shining through stained glass. Pimienta’s voice sounds like it’s echoing from the high, arched ceilings of a sacred temple and the cadence of the percussion evokes a solemn procession. Considering the often religious undertones of a phrase like “good person,” the holy space setting of the song’s introduction is perfect. It makes you think back to all the not-so-great things you may have done recently and puts you in the repenting mood. I guess Catholic guilt doesn’t ever completely go away, no matter how long it’s been since you’ve parted with the Church. But, however uneasy it might make you feel, the song is so eerily beautiful that you’ll be spellbound.