This leads into the title track, a love song. He sings of the knowledge that the love he is in is wrong, and yearning to be free from it, but that he is a prisoner of that love. The 80s style continues to shine through on this track.
Another highlight track of the album is “Haunted House,” a song about living in seclusion in a house haunted by memories. The narrator sings of wanting to leave the seclusion “I don’t want to live in this haunted house anymore.” The narrator ends by still saying he doesn’t want to live in the house, however, whether he chooses to leave the seclusion or not remains unresolved, illustrating the difference between desire and willpower or ability to change one’s own mindset or circumstances.
“To Be Without You” is another standout track dealing with loneliness and fighting the urge to not try to reconnect with a lost lover and the feeling that nothing matters without that person in his life. “Broken Anyway” is also a highlight.
The album closes with “We Disappear” a song about setting someone free because the narrator knows he’ll never be able to change his on ways:
But the moon is full and what's on my mind
Is like a bad commercial in the movie of my life
Was I alone, am I still?
Nobody gets in, nobody ever will
You deserve a future and you know I'll never change