1. Ultralight Beam
2. Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1
3. Pt. 2
7. Freestyle 4
9. Real Friends
11. I Feel Like That
12. Frank's Track (Reprise)
that's the way i feel the tracklist of pablo in it's utter most perfect state would be and should have been. in terms of the narrative of the album i mean. the ending to kanye's epic journey felt sort of underwhelming with the at times dull wolves (especially with his painfully mediocre final verse).
i think i feel like that could be sort of like what lost in the world was in MBDTF and lowlights be what who will survive in america was, in a way. a thesis statement.
in this album, kanye compares his life to how st. paul was blinded by god's beam then he became a man of god. kanye struggled, he went through hardships but in the end, with god's aid, he became free. that's what frank's track is about. frank is very ambiguously and poetically describing the molding process kanye had to go through to find out life was precious. this is what low lights being placed towards the end of the album would set up for. the woman speaking, in her testimony, speaks about her desperation and troubles and the tears she shed sort of like what kanye is insinuating by listing down a bunch of symptoms and admitting to feeling that way. she says she knows she won't always feel the way she does. she knows god will be there for her. he will "reach out his hands and guide him through". in frank's track, frank states that after the molding process, kanye has been fleshed out, and after cooling out from the trials and tribulations of his past, he finds out life is precious. which hopefully implies he is no longer crying those tears, no longer feeling so blue, nor all the things he lists on i feel like that.
this is how i wanted tlop to be and end. it's not too late though. so we'll see. the album technically isn't finished. also for those dubious, this is what a reprise is: Reprise is the just like different version of the song, with slight addition/subtraction/multiplication of the music/lyrics over original song. There must be a original version of song of which reprise is made.