The album ends with Wilson singing about relieving the pressure, and burning his possessions.
Transferring into relationships should they occurthe avoider stays quiet about many hard to face issues.
It was an intense room, freezing and dark.
We are attentive to each other, validating and we truly bring stability to each other.
He found a house for us to rent and was all excited, and so was I.
This is an absolutely gorgeous song that again strikes me as pretty Radiohead but much more palatable to me.
That's my motto to certain artists, but it fits most aptly and often to Porcupine Tree.
Lyrics kind of cynical and depressing.
But, I really feel nothing all the time.
Is the avoider mentality only about the fear of being rejected, judged or criticized?
I can go through an entire listening without thinking of a single bit that I either particularly like or dislike
He said he would like for us to become more than friends, but we could start slow to get to know each other better etc.
And not only the lyrics are recycled:
My knee-jerk reaction is to run.
We had concepts for different experiences.
It seems like this horrifying image of society has become pretty accurate today already.
A Diner Quickie.
We were at the Buck Hill Inn, and Luis was the director on that one.