Now, the interlude is taken from a song I did years ago called “Kindred Spirits (Song To You).” It was, obviously, a love song. But, putting the happy, sappy, doe-eyed love song as the interlude to the more-matured, a slight bit more cynical (I mean, I compare my love to a bipolar medication I need to, you know, not be all manic and whatnot) love song, it shows the duality of love. True love. It’s not always sunshine, lollipops and rainbows.
Sometimes, things get dark and weird. However, like Seroquel keeps me leveled, if you keep a leveled head, even in those dark as hell moments, you will persevere. That’s the message I was going for with the “Se Roquel” songs. That’s further accentuated by the outro speech Drizzle Sez gives about The Lego Theory. Plus, it features me singing. So, yay for still (kind of) having the pipes–and the balls–to belt out a couple of lines and have it not sound too crappy.
It sucks that you’ve got to do that, especially when we want the same thing (to be fully treated as humans, not cattle, playthings, pieces of meat to take your frustrations out on, target practice, etc.). However, they don’t always agree with me, nor I with them. However, I still will say Black Lives Matter. Why? Because, as I said, yes, all lives do matter. But, Black lives matter just as much as the next non-Black person’s. Please stop with the craziness, people.
So, there you have it. Three tracks from TSL that are wins. Sure, the whole thing may be a win (that’s for you to decide). But, these three tracks are some of my personal favorites. Check the whole project out and feel free to let me know what you think via Twitter.