He dreams of dying for another, not one, but for all, as the savior did. He wishes to be there for every soul, not just ones that their light coincides with. He prays for that chance, and cries to god, that the world is evil. That we aren’t walking in sin because we like it, but because the world, this generation, has changed. He sees it has persuaded us, it has gripped us, and we have no other way but to follow these instincts, which, as he says, is what they have become. If you notice his lyrics, they’re not blatant hope. His next album will be called Cross Faded, and it’s going to be a muddled hope, a silver lining. Mixed with blatant hope in some tracks.