From the album Mask, this song was written whilst Colin Hart was driving me to Le Studio, near Montreal. Rainbow had recently recorded there and Nick Blagona, the resident sound engineer, having seen some of my poetry, encouraged me to do a solo album. At first I demurred but he offered me four days of studio time on the understanding that only if something came of it, I would have to pay them. I took with me a few guitars, a sequencer, drum machine, and some half-baked ideas. It became obvious that I needed help so Nick introduced me to two local musicians, Joe Jammer on guitar and Jean Roussel on keyboards, who played on a couple of tracks. Eventually, I completed the album in New York. I couldn’t quite believe that the record company then offered to make a video (it was a time when MTV was huge), so I wrote the storyboard for it. Colin Hart and I flew to Los Angeles where I met some great people who helped make the video. Shot in two locations; the swimming pool of a house overlooking the city, and then at a wild animal training park a couple of hours from LA. I spent an amazing four days pretending that I was a film star. As you know, that fantasy didn’t last long. But the memory has.