This is Maiden's second ever DVD single from 2003's "Dance of Death" album. The song itself is melodic and atmospheric, catchy and musically sound. The lyrics are a metaphor for someone who is despairing, and realises he has the ability to change his situation; reminiscent of but more subtle than those of the previous "Wildest Dreams" single. The video is very dramatic and includes torrential rain, acrobatic dancers, the band in full flight, and of course; Eddie. One of Maiden's strongest videos in years. The b-sides on this are live versions of "The Wicker Man" and "Children of the Damned", and both exceed the live versions of these songs found on "Live After Death" and "Rock in Rio", with more crowd participation to heighten the great live feeling displayed in any of Maiden's live recordings. Also on this DVD is a slide-show of shots from the video and a few of the band. Well worth the money it demands, the DVD singles are great for those who couldn't get enough of the "Visions of the Beast" DVD, and this particular song is great for any fans of metal or melodic rock in general.