Clue 1: This Maiden song shares its name with a song performed by an influential non-British artist. These namesake songs were actually both recorded in the same studio. To thicken the plot, this artist has another composition with the same name as the album on which the Maiden song you’re looking for appears.
Clue 2: The name of the song is also very similar to the name of a 1980s album by a non-metal instrumentalist, who recently played on a successful album collaboration. Certain members of Iron Maiden might envy this collaboration.
Clue 3: The reason for the alleged "envy" in Clue 2 can partially be attributed to another well-known band. Members of Maiden have performed with members of this band. A member of this well-known band co-produced the namesake song in clue 1. The producer's band has also released a record with the same name as the non-British artist in clue 1
Clue 4: In the lyrics, we find the name of several films, one of which has inspired another Maiden song. There are also the name of a few seminal 70s hard rock albums, a seminal 70s electronica duo and a Premier League footballer who also represents his country.
Clue 5: The lyrics contain the name of another Maiden song. Furthermore, the lyrics are inspired by the the work of a writer who has also inspired other bands and artists.
Clue 6: On its parent studio album, it is the only song credited to this particular songwriting team. The song has been performed live on more than one tour.
Hell No: Caught Somewhere inn Time, Deja-Vu, Heaven Can Wait, The Time Machine, Brave New World, From Here to Eternity, Tears of a Clown, Coming Home, The Evil That Men Do, Stranger in a Strange World, To Tame a Land