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The song describes two scenarios where animals do seemingly impossible acts. First, an ant moves a rubber tree plant all by himself, then a ram single-handedly puts a hole in a " billion kilowatt dam. The song finishes by comparing problems to toy balloons ; the problem has gone away when the balloon is popped, as stated by the closing line, "Oops, there goes another problem, ker-plop. The tune reached 30 on the Billboard Hot Sammy Davis Jr.
It was serviced to alternative radio on July 31, , and impacted hot adult contemporary radio on August 27, , and US pop radio the following day. It topped the charts in Poland, and reached the top ten and top twenty in several countries, becoming their highest-charting single worldwide. Jeberg has said of the song's conception: "I was sitting in the hot tub, singing bass notes. We didn't have any instruments because we were in the hot tub. I was singing bass notes and directing chords in that way, and we were brainstorming different lyrics. Initially, the song's hook was conceived as a rap song, and they began sending it to different artists who all declined. In , Panic! In early , lead singer Brendon Urie co-wrote the verses for "High Hopes", before Sinclair, Jeberg and Coffer were brought in to finish the production.
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