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Past me meets present me!!!



REMEMBER, MIDNIGHT and AUTOPILOT. How do you take three words and make it into a trilogy of masterpieces?







 Here is a hypothetical conversation between the present me and the past me (2020) –


Past me –

I need to produce three songs that will define my music style for years to come.

 

Present me –

How about using vocals?

 

Past me –

You are right. But how do I do that with limited resources and instruments?

 

Present me –

You can use simple lyrics. Keep it simple.

 

Past me –

How simple? I am a writer, remember? People would expect me to write essays and paragraphs of epic proportions. They would expect a writer who is also a musician to come up with something so meaningful.

 

Present me –

That is the exact reason why you should use limited words. One would expect gargantuan stories of lyrics from a writer. In times when phonies are acting like gifted lyricists, you have to show them that you are a master of other instruments and not just vocals.

 

Past me –

Got it! I will keep it so simple that even legends of lyrics in the past will have tears of orgasm. I will use just one f**kin single f**kin word for the entire song, and still sounds like a saga.

 

Some random idiot of a voice –

Impossible!

 

Present me –

STFU random idiot of a voice.

 

Past me –

Can it be done; with one single word as a lyric for an entire song?

 

Present me –

Of course! But to do that, first, you must master an album of instrumental. Oh wait, you already did that too.

 

Past me –

Let’s get to work.


Btw, my first album says – ‘See, Hear, Speak No Evil’. But have you noticed, after that came to Remember with an artwork showing four eyes to see, Midnight with an artwork showing four ears to hear, and Autopilot with an artwork showing four mouths to speak?

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