The song has obvious allusions to the Occupy Movement that swept our country over the last year or so. The lyric of the song neither champions, nor denounces, the movement; instead, it's more about my own personal struggles with challenging the status quo and how, ultimately, as the song says, " [you have to] occupy yourself, before they [the establishment] occupy you."...which is a very zen, look-inwardly, "revolution in the head", type of philosophy. There's also some obvious double meanings to the title phrase, "Occupy Yourself". Aside from the thought-provocing lyrics, the song also has a really catchy chorus that, at least by the measure of our fans, is not easy to forget.