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Album: Condition Hüman (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • Queensrÿche bass player Eddie Jackson penned this song. Guitarist Michael Wilton explained: "He deals with, kind of, the premise that we're like rats in a maze. We have all these roads that we drive every day and exploring different roads. And some roads don't go anywhere. And so it's kind of an interesting idea and a thought by Eddie Jackson."

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