Just before the music enters, the sound of birds chirping in the morning are present, alluding to the yang. The tone is upbeat, carefree, and begins the narrative of the senior’s internal experience:
I have no worries and I pay no mind.
I’m in no hurry, gonna take my time.
I don’t care if I say things twice.
Everything’s so bright, everything’s alright.
There’s just not enough things on my mind. Never enough things, nothing’s on my mind.
I don’t care if I say the same thing twice.
Repetitive speech is an early symptom of Alzheimer’s. The senior appears to be simply in such a good mood that he doesn’t care if he repeats himself, but the reality is that he is unaware.
There's not enough things on my mind.
Never enough things, nothing's on my mind