The song finds Everett detailing his post-pandemic plans. He told NME
"In the early days when it was really getting bad for the first time. It's kind of like a quarantine daydream that I desperately needed to have. It's my fantasy of 'Oh, it's all over and now we can go out and do stuff!' It got a little extreme in my case, I'd go out and get high with birds and there's a marching band marching through the middle of the outro. I couldn't wait to try to make people feel a little more hopeful for the future. There's no time to wait."