And you twist up the land till the snow turns to sand
And I can’t find the trail back home.
This song marks such a pivotal point in the album. The album starts out on such a happy note and slowly gets down and I feel it’s at the end of this song that the album reaches rock bottom. The initial chord that starts off the next track ‘Stallion’ IMO is the split of the album where it starts to go back up to a higher note (with setting vs rising) but in the end it all seems so pointless Wishing the actors never banded… Wishing to give up on the whole project, then at the end questioning your own artistic merit with Child-heart losers “Why so many many violins?”
In my humble opinion this is the perfect Concept album… Even though Spencer says this isn’t a concept album… I still think it’s about the frustrations of trying to get an artistic project together…
There’s been a lot of criticism over the years of Facebook and me, Mark Zuckerberg, and I just wanted to let you know that I really do listen to the really insightful, interesting and constructive things you little fuckers have to say. For example, I know you think the million “people you may know” features I’ve added to the site are annoying. But you know what’s really annoying? A billion “people you may know” features.The day after I update the site, you all take to the internet, ironically most often on the very website that had so wronged you, to proclaim your hatred for it. Is it because each and every site update is the worst thing ever done to humanity? Are the updates starting famine in third world countries? No, it’s because everyone who uses Facebook is a reactionary, inbred, illiterate piece of shit.