[...] rather lovely chord sequence, slightly in the mode of some of the turn of the century composers. It has a quite whimsical, rather fatalistic atmosphere. It's basically about thoughts of mortality. It is a sort of acceptance of the fact that this a journey, and that journey will come to an end. Even the bass sequence, which is almost random, is a plodding footstep kind of thing. A journey towards the tail end, the September of one's years.~Roger TaylorSource: "Journey's End" press release - about the song
Did you know
... that two of Roger's daughters, Tigerlily and Lola, and their mother Debbie Leng are models?