Lyrically, there's a lot going on in this song, which gets rather existential right in the first line:And in the end we shall achieve in time
The thing they call divine
Spacehog frontman Royston Langdon wrote the song and divulged its meaning in a Songfacts interview
. "It's me trying to reach people," he said. "It's using some kind of metaphor of a worldly or inner-worldly search for the end of isolation, and the acceptance of one's self is in there. At the end of the day it's saying whatever you gotta do, it's OK, it's alright. And I think that's also me talking to myself, getting through my wan anxieties and fear of death. That's what it all comes down to."