Originally called Rusty One when played because of the buzz word that Bellamy used to describe it when played "Cheers, cheers... bit rusty that one" (Rock Oz'Arènes 2002).
Stylistically, it bears more resemblance to the epic, widescreen, cinematic tone of Black Holes and Revelations, featuring extensive use of synthesisers and vocodered backing vocals. The song is bookended by faint music box melodies and whispered…
Chase your dreams away
Glass needles in the hay
The sun forgives the clouds
You are my holy shroud