Running to 4 minutes 38 seconds, the title track of the Tara Lynch debut album is also the first. It includes two sets of male vocals, by Mark Boals and Brent Woods.
Asked if it was about Ozzy Osbourne, Lynch replied: "Hahaha definitely not Ozzy! 'Evil Enough' is a song about an ex who would often use that expression to describe me. Am I Evil Enough? Yes, I am. I am evil enough to speak openly and freely in each and every one of my songs about people who have affected my life in a negative way. So he's basically getting drawn and quartered in this title track! I've been through a lot and you learn that listening to this album."
Lynch played all the guitars on "Evil Enough" as on all the other tracks on the album, and this is a good way to start it.
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A key line in "Africa" is "I seek to cure what's deep inside, frightened of this thing that I've become," which is about drifting away from what you really want in life. Toto keyboard player David Paich, who wrote the song, felt his work was consuming him.