This was the last song written for the Metamorphosis
album. Frontman Jacoby Shaddix
told the story of the song in a video interview: "We were packing up our equipment. I was upstairs packing up my room and I heard this riff ringing up the hallway and it was like Damn! That's sick. So we went down there and jammed it out in about an hour, got the beef to the song, tweaked it in a bunch of different ways. It's a very uplifting song. Lyrically it's about progressing as a human being, as a spiritual being in this crazy (word bleeped out). It sounds clichéd as this band is my lifeline to humanity, its what connects me to the flow of life."