As a singer/songwriter, it is such a huge turn-on for me when an instrumental that's cool with the "continuous" button comes to be.
I have had to learn that not every song that's given to me is meant to have words... that in a way, the music wants to speak for itself. In the beginning, in the middle and in the end, it's all about the music.
A discipline I'm learning is that no matter how badly I want to get into the song with lyrics, if I can't see myself adding to the feel, to the conversation-taking place, I keep my mouth shut and listen. Just like a doctor, "first, do no harm."
There is a phenomenon that I’m sure most of my contemporaries experience, which is the point where a concept turns into a song "embryo" and it starts to feed off you, taking over your life. Suddenly there are urgings and leadings, snapshots popping into your head. That new music is haunting you day and night. It interrupts you at work, wakes you up at night, and causes you to miss people, games, movies, and sleep. It wants to become.
And when finally you can get back inside those headphones and inside those little musical molecules of creation, you're where you can seek to know how the music wants to be. It's like experiencing the evolution of creation. This is one of those great joys in life.
This song happened that way. It came along to be a theme song for the way I do things. I offer it here as a way to say it's so good to do it at home. I do.