Running through the field where all my tracks will be concealed
And there's nowhere to go
He is glad that his “tracks” — every decision he has made that has impacted his life in a negative way, such as alcohol and drug abuse — will be wiped clean when he walks through the field of snow. Snow and its whiteness are a universal symbol of purity and innocence, so he is communicating that he wants to kick his bad habit and let the snow bury them.
One of the defining aspects of the American Dream, which RHCP tend to sing about (although specifically about California), is that anyone can make a name for themselves, but that also implies that anyone can remake a name for themselves. Kiedis can turn his life around and to achieve his own version of the American Dream. He can become a new person, who focuses on enjoying life sober, rather than sink into the vicious circle that kept him checking in and out of rehab for a significant part of his life.
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