Not much. One song expresses relational commitment (“I’m the only one who’ll walk across the fire for you”).
“Silent Legacy” considers prayer worthless. Right and wrong are irrelevent in the quest for a man’s love (“I could dance with the devil on a Saturday night . . . smoke, drink, swear”). Several cuts also appear to be “anti-parent” (“Come to My Window,” “Silent Legacy”). A woman caves in to sexual temptation on “Resist.” “All American Girl” encourages perseverance during a trial, but with no solutions (amid despair and alienation, it could also be suggesting abortion for a young mother-to-be).
Earthy vocals carry worldly messages. Here, soul searching usually leads to hedonistic nihilism. Skip it.