I've been relying very heavily on my instincts as of late, and my songwriting has come to depend on my ability to surrender to the inspiration whenever it strikes. When I clear my mind and let the music take over, my hands seem to move on their own, and my voice utters words I haven't premeditated. This is pure instinct. It's like riding a wave. You just take a deep breath, hop on, and hang on as long as you can. That's basically how I songwrite when I'm composing impromptu pieces. It's a lot like channeling. Or free associating. And it's super fun, because anything can happen! It's pure creativity.
Life ain't more than gameboard space<br/>With hoops to jump and dreams to chase<br/>And one day fate'll put us all in our place<br/>Going going gone<br/>And one day God might come on back<br/>With a summer tan and a Cadillac<br/>Time, he'll laugh, why I just lost track<br/>What else could he really say?
Since obtaining a greater understanding of quantum physics, I am beginning to draw conclusions about why things happen the way they do. Specifically, I have learned that everything outside of me is a mirror of what is inside of me. I have also learned how to infect the quantum field or manifest reality by concentrating on particular ideas that I want to call into existance. My career success is due in large part to this new understanding of quantum physics, combined with the love and trust I share with Brian [Lewis].