Clark said he had Woody Guthrie's iconic protest song "This Land Is Your Land
" in mind when he penned this tune.
"It's one of the first songs we learn, and we sing it together," Clark said. "It's like the Pledge of Allegiance … And when you're kids, everybody's together. You don't see differences until you get older, and older people influence you to think about other people a certain way. I just want to get back to singing that song like we were kids again, you know?"
The song samples Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings' R&B version of "This Land Is Your Land," recorded by the group in 2005.