The rocker Roger C. Reale
wrote the lyric and did the vocal on all the non-instrumental tracks from the album, including this one. He told Songfacts: "Like most of the tracks, once we got started, I'd get two at a time, and usually work on them together. The tracks that Jon (Tiven) and Crop would send were basically rhythm tracks, fully formed, but I knew that Crop would add more guitar later on.
This track is not necessarily about anything specific. I went, as I did on many of these tracks, for a feel, or an attitude, so that each track would have a certain identity, but also so that the project could hang as a whole piece. I also was always fully aware that this was Crop's album, not a group as such, so I was a piece of the whole thing, even though I hadn't heard his bits when I was recording the vocals.
This track was originally a bit longer, with some great changes at the end, which, happily, Crop and Eddie Gore, the engineer, kept most of."