Chris Paul, one day after his 61 year-old grandfather was murdered, scored 61 points in a high school basketball game, intentionally missed a free throw, and asked his coach to pull him out. He then sat on the sideline and wept.
The mind’s eye absorbs all that it sees And most of what it sees happens on TVs. Co-opting your memory, replacing it with tales Structured carefully around advertiser’s sales.
So much of the nostalgia that you hold most dear Didn’t occur at all, yet it’s recalled crystal clear Replacing the actual events in your mind’s eye Making the fake feel so real, and the real like a lie.
Maybe it’s okay, and “what’s real” is simply a choice Because reality sounds better in your television’s voice.