I wrote this piece in March 1997, and arranged it like a piano piece played with synths. It is littered with phrases that evoke the emptiness one feels after telling a lie, or the emotional turmoil one feels when one hears unbelievable words and involuntarily utters the words, “It must be a lie”. There are a few moments of light, but the overall atmosphere is dark and backward-looking.
The work on “Fantasia: Myself I Don’t Know”, which I had considered as the second full-length song, took a long time, during which I began to get distracted by coming up with a few phrases that could be turned into another song. I decided to release this one first, as it would never leave my head unless I gave it shape once.