I have a much better and more fulfilling dialogue with the average song than the average person.

In fact, I would say this trend continues into songs and friendships of high quality also.

Does this problem emanate from in me, from inside others, or from both?
I’m inclined to think it’s both, but not in ways you might expect.
Of the many, many songs I could quote, I’ll go with this one:
Sailing on the seven seize the day tripper diem’s ready
Jack the ripper Owens Wilson Phillips and my supper’s ready
Lucy in the sky with diamond Dave’s not here I come to save the
Day for nightmare cinema show me the way to get back home again
Running forward
Falling back
Spinning round and round
Looking outward
Reaching in
Scream without a sound
Leaning over
Crawling up
Stumbling all around
Losing my place
Only to find I’ve come full circle
Flying off the handle be careful with
That axe Eugene gene the dance machine
Messiah light my fire gabba gabba
Hey hey my my generation’s home again
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