The song is featured twice in the episode. It is first briefly sung by Honey and Crackerjack Sugarman, her son, at the piano in the Sugarman Summer Home, until Joseph interrupts them, which is all seen in a flashback to 1944. Crackerjack died in World War II a few months later, leaving Honey to become depressed and emotionally unstable.
In the present, Eddie sings parts of this song to distract the party-goers at a barn/restaurant while Bojack steals the Wind Vane that was taken from his grandparents’ summer home. At the same time, in 1945, as the audience sees the past and present overlap, Honey, trying to cheer herself up, and Beatrice go to the same barn for a party to celebrate the end of the war. However, Honey sees the piano and begins to sing parts of the song by herself, as the party goes stare, and she and Eddie “duet”. After they finish, Honey drinks heavily and has a breakdown, while Eddie begins crying, as the song reminds him of his deceased wife Lorraine, who he accidentally got killed.
I will always think of you
I see your face when each day is through
And days go past (Oh so fast)
* But memories, they last
Summer, winter, year by year (Year by year)
I'll hear this song inside my ear
(Try to restart) That'd be smart
* But thoughts of you haunt my heart
No, I don't wanna be alone now
Just biding my time
I need somebody dearly
And darling, you'd be sublime
Spring and autumn, up and down (Up and down)
I keep trying to escape this town
(And I just might) I'll take flight
* Maybe tomorrow, not tonight
* - Sung together
() - Sung by the other person
- Although it sounds like it came from the World War II Era it is actually an original song written for BoJack Horseman.