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Caught in FL at level 11. Jolly nature. Original title: "inter-stellar communication" (Cut due to length restraints)
It was probably 2-3AM when this idea hit. I just started stringing together a bunch of riffs, and eventually I found that I had something decent on my hands.
But it wasn't enough. In my exhausted state, I got the notion to use the song to tell a story. Each riff is meant to represent a character, and when the riff plays, that means the riff is involved in the scene.
I think it was supposed to go, "And the lonely little girl kept reaching out for a friend, but nobody responded to her signals. Eventually, she found a response, but from somewhere far away. Enthralled with each other, the two began to go back and forth almost everyday, their bond growing ever stronger. However as time went on, the bond began to erode. Despite their strong feelings, the distance between the two began to prove itself an obstacle, one that just couldn't be overcome. And then the girl was alone again. In spending so much time with this distant person, she hadn't realized that she had hid herself away from the outside world. She was alone alone, so much more than before. But, she was no longer afraid. Even though it had been some time since the two had seen each other, the girl returned to the world, in hopes finding a new friend. If she could befriend someone from a land far away, who was to say that she couldn't find one closer to home?"
Yeah, exhaustion does funny things to my brain. Exhaustion and midterms.