The anthem is a message of hope that chronicles Sweet's frequent encounters with childhood bullying. Sweet also touches on the criticism he received as Stryper frontman caught between the seemingly divergent worlds of mainstream heavy metal and the Christian faith. "This song is an anthem for anyone who has been abused, beaten down, bullied or held back by someone else," Sweet told AntiMusic
. "It raises the flag on being strong and rising above the weight of the world."