Although I really love part 4, which, inspired by you, I am now listening to.
This one always reminds me of aquariums and the deep ocean because I went to a sea life centre as a kid with my cousins and I remember hearing this music for the first time in the lobby there. It really stirred my imagination and set the scene for the wonders of the deep that I was set to explore.
It pretty much became one of the theme tunes for the planet in my mind, and judging by the album cover (complete with its macabre imagery) I suspect that was the intention behind it, considered from a wider cosmic viewpoint.
Well I will always love you, for what it's worth,
We'll never fade like graffiti on the overpass
And I know time may change the way you think of us
But I'll remember the way we were, you were the first full stop
Love that will never leave
I love that a lot of this album is about Florence wanting to take a break from singing and touring, just for COVID to hit - forcing her into isolation and from doing those things anyway, which leads her to realise that singing was the only way she has been able to cope with her anxiety to begin with. So that all progresses to 'this is what I get for wanting to quit' and then finally to just anger at God for inflicting this upon her to begin with.