This track features soul legend Bobby Womack, who also appears on "Stylo
." Bass player Murdoc explained on the group's website: "This track's a mirror of the opener, a final reflection on the Plastic Beach. Bobby Womack's performance on this song can still bring tears to my eyes. That mixture of hope and uncertainty in his voice – the age and the experience, the fear and the joy... 'scuse me.
This song, like the Who's 'Love Reign O'er Me
' is the moment that gathers together the events of the album - and pauses for reflection: 'Waiting to see what the morning brings, it may bring sunshine on its wings."