What I do not understand about this is that he writes songs and this is not the only time he did this. He wrote a song about some woman he want to meet and he sent an email titled "A new song," and then he writes, "
Just wanted you to hear the work ... I've not met anyone ... I'm not with anyone ... I'm alone, ok ... Don't take it wrong ...
I hope you're doing great ... No need to reply ... No need to say a word ..."
When I did not respond I get another one the next day titled, "For the H&^l of it," and then, "Final cut ... Final everything ..."
This from a 54 yr old... and now I am wondering if he mentally ill.
Ok, how can he think he would get any reaction after hearing that he wants to meet some girl.
The song was very specific down to her eye and hair color and even in the part of the message of that song he mentioned that he wanted to be with her and then send me "I've not met anyone ... I'm not with anyone ... I'm alone, ok ... Don't take it wrong ...."
And you saying that he is only trying to get a reaction from me?
I figured that he is trying to get me to respond and I refuse, but that still is not answering why he says in the song that he wants to be with this woman, but tells me that he is alone and have not met anyone, and then say "no need to reply, no need to say a word."
I find out from his family that he did try to meet her and she was late, and ended up not meeting her, but then send me a song about her?
Is this some sort of manipulation? Why I ask is because I hope to understand where this comes from. I am sorry for being pushy, but what sort of person does this at 54?
So what does this mean when he sends a song about some woman that he didn't get to meet yet but wants to be there with her, and then tells me the opposite with not meeting her, not with anyone and alone?
I can understand if it were just the song he sent, but still not sure about the contradiction. I am really thinking there is something wrong mentally and emotionally and I happen to care to an extent.