So, in this novel I wrote called Trampoline, a man named Delbert Jewell dies in a coal mine when a cutting machine operated by a drug-addled person pins him against the rib and crushes him in an underground mine. The dead man's daughter Dawn Jewell narrates the novel. Writing the novel, I imagined that in the movie that will no doubt be made about Trampoline, "No One's Gonna Love You" by Band of Horses plays during the opening montage of underground miners at work (kind of like at the beginning of Harlan County USA). It is kind of Delbert's message to Dawn. Or the voice of her father in Dawn's head. Something. I don't know.