I love this album.
I loved it so much.
This is what I wanted to hear in 2017.
It’s the first time I’ve ever felt that way about a record I liked.
This album is so perfect for me.
I’ve always been into jazz.
I love jazz.
So I’ve never been into music that was like this.
I never really listened to jazz or blues, but this album was really like jazz, with a little bit of funk and a little more R&B.
It was very uplifting, and it was a little different.
The album was a lot of fun to listen to, but it’s also very serious.
When I listen to this album, I’m thinking, I don’t want to live in this world, I want to leave it behind.
It felt like I had to put this album on because it was my life.
It wasn’t like I was leaving the music, it was leaving this life.
This was my world.
I didn’t want this music to end.
That was what I felt about the album.
There were some other things that were on there that I wasn’t into.
But for me, I love it.
I thought it was pretty good.
I just didn’t enjoy the lyrics, which were pretty awful.
There was a scene where the guy who sings the songs is like, “You don’t need a soul,” and he says that all the time.
But there’s no way that that’s real, so I just felt like it was really sad.
I don, you know, have a real soul.
I mean, I think I have a lot, but that’s not how I think.
That’s not my way of thinking.
And so it was like, I’ve gotta put this on because I want this to end, and this is my world, and I need to leave this.
So it was kind of like I’ve just left this life for the rest of my life and I’ve got to go do this, and when I’m done, it’s like I’m never going to get to leave.
It took me a while to listen, but I started loving it, and now I’m on to the next thing.
But it was hard for me to keep listening to this record, because I thought there were things I didn.
Like, “I don’t like this record.”
It just wasn’t for me in the end.
I think it’s a little too heavy.
I liked it more than I thought.
I wanted more.
It needed more time, but after about an hour or so, I got hooked.
It has that same intensity.
It reminds me of the days when I was 12, 13, and 14.
I was listening to music like, what?
I’m listening to all this stuff? I don