Apropos of Kelly's Metamorphosis, picture two lawyers, husband and wife, in a car. Husband drives while wife navigates. At a critical juncture, wife fumbles a direction. The couple end up lost in an area of D.C. where lawyers with good reason hardly ever go.
Husband vents considerable frustration at their predicament, implicitly blaming wife. She asks: "Could you possibly be any angrier if I had gotten us lost deliberately instead of merely by negligence?"
Now picture the two smiling at each other, knowing theirs is a charmed life where their strange ways are always mutually understood.
From Jackson Browne's Lawyers in Love (Asylum Records 1983):
I can't keep up with what's been going down
I think my heart must just be slowing down
Among the human beings in their designer jeans
Am I the only one who hears the screams
And the strangled cries of lawyers in love
To hear Lawyers in Love, press play.