The song features songwriting credits from Max Martin , Lukasz Gottwald , and Claude Kelly and production credits from Martin and Gottwald under his production moniker, Dr. Clarkson co-wrote the track but refused to include her name in the credits as she didn't want to be associated with Luke. The song has met with positive reviews from music critics , who praised the song's pop composition, which incorporates rock and dance elements. The song's chart climbing gave Clarkson the record for a single with the furthest jump to number one on the Billboard Hot after achieving the feat with her single " A Moment Like This ". The accompanying music video was directed by Wayne Isham and presents Clarkson's relationship with her fictional boyfriend as being fluctuating and tumultuous as the two are depicted arguing and throwing out each other's belongings whilst mirroring the sentiments of the song and the positive influence each has on the other. Claude Kelly worked on additional vocal production for the song.