Through friends in the film industry, Loggins was hired to write a song for the golf comedy "Caddyshack." As the film was being made, director Harold Ramis used a Bob Dylan song as temporary soundtrack music to get a feel for what they wanted. Working off that queue, Loggins figured his song ought to present the movie's lead character, Danny, as a rebel. "So that's why I wrote, "I'm all right, don't nobody worry 'bout me.'" he said. "It's a 'fuck you' song." The rebel song would lead to a string of 80s movie hits for Loggins.