It was first sung by Ivy in the Pilot. However, only a short portion was heard in the episode and it was initially not released as a single. Ivy's version was later released as a bonus track on the Bombshell album and included on The Complete Season Two album.
An uptempo version, performed by Karen, was later featured in The Fringe, the sixth episode of Season Two .
Context in Bombshell
In the context of Bombshell, the number occurs before The 20th Century Fox Mambo. Norma Jeane attends a modelling photo shoot to pay her bills. Whilst there, she spies a book of Yeats' poetry on the shelf and surprises the photographer with her knowledge of the poet's work as she sings of her history with men. But even as she quotes Yeats, the song ends with her naked in the iconic calendar pose.