"I wrote [‘Marigold’] on the four-track machine at the house. [Kurt] was in his room. I didn’t want to wake him. So I would record things, whispering quietly into a microphone. I was recording the vocal harmony to the chorus of that song, and the door opened. He goes, ‘What’s that?’ ‘It’s just this thing I wrote.’ ‘Let me hear it.’ We sat there and played it a few times. I would do the high harmony, he would do the low harmony. It’s funny writing songs with other people. I’ve never done that. I write songs [for Foo Fighters] and then the band plays them with me. But sitting face to face with someone, that’s another trip. I don’t know if he had ever done that either. It was like an uncomfortable blind date. ‘Oh, you sing too? Let’s harmonize together.’ I was kind of shy back then too."