Dallas, Texas, songstress Judy Kelly enlisted the help of high school friends to flush out her bare arrangements and in the process created a document of their young lives. “Window” began as a poem that had been sung at a friend's wedding. It was recorded in one take, with Liz Volk adding a second piano for ornamentation. Through mutual acquaintances, the song was picked up and released on two separate Myrrh compilations, Jubilation, Too and The Greatest Of These Is Love. Thinking that these appearances would lead to a record contract with parent company Word, Kelly and company recorded a demo for an album to be titled Friends And Angels, but the deal fell apart quickly when ABC bought Word. The window had closed, and Judy Kelly ceased recording and performing.