Note To Self
Growing up with a special needs sibling gave Kayla a head start on life as she learned to be self-sufficient at an early age. As her parents focused on the child who needed it the most, Kayla developed personal relationships and began to learn about the realities of life. Discovering how many bullies there are in the world as well as how many manipulative people, Kayla found herself surrounded by toxicity and strained emotions. She thankfully found her light and the strength to stand apart in full knowledge that she is doing what she feels is best. Where the others call you weak for not being like them, it takes the strength of a crowd to successfully refuse.
The music starts with abstract notes, like reversed keyboards. A smooth mellow drum-beat throws in a groove as Kayla starts to sing. The composition swells and brings out a radiant burst of sound to bring the song into full flower. Kayla sings to her audience, she says that behind the smile is a jungle of emotions and tested boundaries. It can feel like a thousand beaks pecking at our integrity, at our self-determination, and at our sense of social standing. Is she singing to anyone in particular or does she mean herself? The moral perhaps works both ways, at polar opposites of itself.
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