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#1132402 - 11/13/1705:46 PMWhen I become a monster
This song has something special for me, maybe it's because of its lyrics that portray with rawness and sincere words the obscurity of myself when I think about the abstract of life and the freedom to decide what to be.
The song is "rare" but strong.
"When I become a monster I observe myself from that distance that gives the foreign
and I plunge in the sensations of the obscure of myself when I open the door, in my thought, of the perverse, of the abstract of the free will."
Thanks for watching
Last edited by Mora_Amaro_La_Loba; 11/13/1707:16 PM.
Hey Mara, I'm not sure how open you are to changing the lyrics, but here are a few suggestions.
"When I become a monster I observe myself from that distance that yields the foreign (or reveals the foreign or unveils the foreign, if this matches what you are trying to express)
and I plunge into the sensations of my obscure self (I'm not sure that this is an improvement. It's more natural English, but "the obscure of myself" has a nice rhythm and feel and, given the sentiments of the song, maybe it's good to be a little disoriented by an unusual turn of phrase) when I open the door, into my thought, of the perverse, of the abstract of the free will."
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