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An altered state of consciousness is a brain state wherein one loses the sense of identity with one’s body or with one’s normal sense perceptions. A person may enter an altered state of consciousness through such things as sensory deprivation or overload, neurochemical imbalance, fever, or trauma. One may also achieve an altered state by chanting, meditating, entering a trance state, or ingesting psychedelic drugs. The testimonies of mystics and meditators who claim that their ability to enter altered states of consciousness has brought them enlightenment or transcendence are generally regarded with great skepticism among the majority of scientists in Western society. Other researchers, especially those in the field of parapsychology, maintain that Western science must recognize the value of studying altered states of consciousness and face up to the fact that what scientists consider baseline or normal consciousness is not unitary.
The song is art. It starts mid-chord, with no introduction, as though it was blurted out, embarrassedly, ashamedly, by a young man who is afraid to fall deeper than he has before.
The song is sung from the point of view of a confused young person who just begins to understand the depth of change he is about to go through. That’s why no matter what he says about him always being dumped, about fearing for her smile fading away, of losing this and not gaining anything at the same time-
-In the end, he can only say, “What I really mean is I like you” because he does not have the courage to say I love you. But that’s what he really means. He does, but he is afraid of admitting it to himself or to the girl he loves. So he simply says “I like you”, something said to someone you just begin to be attracted to - to avoid admitting he is in love.
The most beautiful thing about this song is that it isn’t quite sad and it isn’t quite happy - you hear a heartfelt confession, but it ends without you knowing whether the young man eventually confesses his love.
The song is a moment suspended in time; a frozen moment in a developing relationship.