On the first of a series of "Candyland" interludes, Blueprint recalls memories from childhood, a time when fantasy was reality. Building on this theme, "Just Think" twists the lyrics of the Roots' jazz-hop classic "Proceed" to create an imaginative escape from everyday monotony. "Just think/ What if you could/ Just blink yourself away/ Just blink and the night turns to day/ Just blink and the pain fades away," raps Blueprint, lamenting a world that "consume[s] gloom." The verbal vinegar bubbles up anew on "Fuckajob," an ode to the menial 9-to-5 existence, and "Share This." On the latter, Blueprint gets personal over a tender score of wandering pianos and whimsical harps: "The story of my life epitomizes imperfection/ As a musical where every scene seems to lack direction." However by song's end, the suddenly focused MC finds reason in his rhyme: "But as bad as it appears/ I'm happy I'm here/ To share this with you."
On the "Intro," Blueprint lays out the duo's agenda: "Soul Position/ On a mission to move crowds with ease/ DJs, MCs/ Rethink your obligation to the art." But when the final chapter closes on "1 Love," Blueprint has come full circle, taking his own advice to heart: "I realize I can't change the world/ No matter how much I try/ But hopefully I can start with you/ One line at a time, one rhyme at a time."