This may be the single most perfect pop song from its year (1986).
Okay, okay, it's not Madonna showing off a voice in "Live to Tell," from that year. It's not Run DMC and Aerosmith paving a new road by Walking that Way, or Bon Jovi giving love a classically Bad Name, Bad Name. It's not the Dream Academy one-hit-wondering in a Northern Town.
Toronto-based The Pursuit of Happiness (TPOH to those who know) offered a kickin' New Age Sound with lyrics that are directly to the point and clever. Who among us cannot relate? Or, for some, who among us used to could relate to this message? I quote this particular song often. Enjoy.