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Recorded in a single take, “WILSHIRE” sees Tyler tell the story of a failed relationship—from the point of him and his partner first laying eyes upon each other to their eventual breakup. Clocking in at eight and a half minutes, it is the second-longest track on the album, and—excluding the interludes—the only song on "CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST" to not feature any additional vocals from DJ Drama. Throughout the track, Tyler references different foreign locations—continuing the theme of traveling—while explaining how they met, the red flags his partner showed while together, their eventual fallout and the inevitable depressing aftermath. Riddling the track with metaphors and other allusions, Tyler explains through his vulnerable lyricism his willingness and urge to continue the relationship, but instead him agreeing to diminish it for the sake of the pair’s mental health.