Getting stuck in a cycle of avoidance was a feature of my University and High School life. I would sit there, playing with the computer, knowing I had other responsibilities. It wasn't any fun, but I did it anyway. I was stuck in a rut.
Sometimes, I'd even have panic attacks, tidal waves of the emotions I was trying to suppress. Well, if there's one thing I know about, it's this. So I wrote about it.
It's not behaviour I'm particularly proud of, so I rarely perform this song.
I thought the chord progressions in the final section were original, but Tony Hightower pointed out that they match those of a Cranberries song. No matter what, it was tricky writing that three-syllable rhyme to go with it, and, as a result, it's a bit more symbolic than I usually get. Though I'm not proud of its content, I think the form of this song is worthy.
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