Album: Watching Movies With the Sound Off (2013)
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  • This bonus track was the first song to be recorded and the last one that is heard on Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Miller told Artist Direct: "I thought it was cool for perspective to put that at the end of the album. It's interesting how it ended the album nicely. To me, that one is really about imagination. When you have issues in reality, taking a vacation to imagination is a good place to go."
  • This is one of four tracks on Watching Movies With The Sound Off with a beat supplied by I.D. Labs, who are a Pittsburgh production team that consist of E. Dan and Big Jerm. Their previous credits include Wiz Khalifa's single, "The Race," as well as ten tracks on Miller's debut set, Blue Slide Park.
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