Lyrically, the song is a call to arms, encouraging people not to give into the powers that be who thrive on division and weakness. David Draiman explained to Louder Sound
"It's encouraging people to not allow themselves to be prey. That when you're strong – even just projecting strong feelings, conveying strength – it discourages the predator. You wanna scare a bear away, you stand your ground."
Draiman added that he is encouraging "a revolution in thought" rather than taking up arms. "A revolution in how you perceive yourself," he explained. "People are glued to the next headline because they're scared to death, and to have the world live in fear makes life easier for those who are looking to control you. It's anything. It's family, it's government; it doesn't have to be any one entity in particular. You yourself as the individual have been subjugated for too long and you do not need to feel that way."