☁️The brilliant are told, to stop being day dreamers and deep thinkers, just because it's deemed different by society. The super brilliant don't listen. I was never one for boundaries. Most kids felt safe conforming and copying others. I felt caged if I was not allowed to be myself. Especially when it was due to unanimously agreed upon rules, that civilisation fabricate, in order to create a false sense of security. Societies social constructs are completely Greek to me. Yet, I have always thrived, in my independence, the way I see things, being kind and using my imagination to bring something new to the world. My personal timeline is mixed with; being critisized, outcast and rejected, but also recognised, appreciated and valued for the exact same reason of - being the odd one out. I chose the lyric "Head In The Clouds Girl," because it's a name I have been called by many authority intended as an insult. I wanted to reclaim it as a compliment. I wrote Head In The Clouds to my younger self, I want her and anyone similar, to know they are perfect the way they are, and that they are only looked down upon by the people of society, who don't have the capacity to understand their brilliance.
🎨Song Link Here: https://youtu.be/ltAd2u2UHBo