Long story short, he ended up doing the documentary even though he admitted to feeling uncomfortable about it. After all, it put him back in the middle of the addiction temptations he had left behind. For the conclusion of the documentary, he wrote a song that he feels tells the story of his life, and he hopes that people will not miss it as it is playing during the credits. He concluded the article with this:
"I hope people don't applaud through the credits at the end of the movie and then miss the song. Which would actually be an amazing comment on all of this. You feel like you do your best work, and it disappears in applause? I don't want the applause; I want you to listen!"I found those last ten words to be very thought provoking. Any thoughts?