Singled Out: Set To Reflect's More than Familiar
The battle of man versus the evil inside. When I was writing the lyrics to this song, I secluded myself. Reflected on my sins. Visualized the demon of giving into temptation. The first line of the song, "This is between you and me" is me talking to that demon.
As the song progresses, the demon is becoming stronger and stronger until it eventually overtakes the body. Transforming and disguising its actions as me doing them. Then near the end of the song, when there is nothing left but desolation, destruction and heartbreak that surrounds me, I snap back to reality realizing what the demon has made me become. I separate myself from it and watch it die but it takes a piece of me with it. Every now and then it haunts me, re-showing the shadow of itself to remind me of the world it brings when I let it take control.
I feel that everyone at one point has done something they know they shouldn't have. Only to do it for selfish gain or to live too shallowly in the moment and we have to live with what we've done. But that doesn't mean we have to always live that way. Let the shadow remind you.
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