Thanks a lot. I'm glad you appreciate it.
The lines about the kids in their garage, and in their basements, really reminded me of a few lines from Thursday's "War All the Time."
"So we park these cars, parents' garage, to listen to the lullaby of carbon monoxide."
"All those nights in the basement, the kids are still screaming."
Not to take anything away from your writing though, I think it's phenomenal.
War all the time definitely has some similar themes running. I find myself consistently intrigued by the plight of an adolescent that is growing into maturity in destructive environments. Not to say they influence the line, but I do love Thursday. Having said that, did you listen to the song? I may or may not re-record the song, as I have substantially upgraded my recording gear. Once again, thanks.
One of the best I've seen on here, not sure I entirely understood it but I think that's part of the reason I like it so umch!
Thanks a lot! It means a lot to me. I don't like to divulge meaning of my songs, as I like readers to draw their own conclusions, but Larry Clark's Kids would be where I took a lot of inspiration from. It's a very challenging movie, but I think it's brilliant. Thanks again.
PS- check out the song if you have chance.