From Dan Gassin: Crossover, the inspiration was the concept of me crossing over between thel legal world and the musical world.
Again, the major inspiration is Trotignon (this was written fairly close in time to Roundtrip) - it's the dotted crotchet vibe in a 6-feel.
The other main compositional device here is reharmonisation - i.e. giving the same melody to the listener, but slipping it to them differently by having an entirely different set of changes under the same melody notes.
There's also another open drum solo over the alternate harmony at the end.
Also, there's a rhythmic device with the odd-time bars that move the song forward a bit more by having a less-than-anticipated amount of beats before proceeding to the next phrase/section.
Interestingly, I've been doing some song-writing with Josh Kyle recently, and he's done a really nice set of lyrics, but interpreted the title in a darker way i.e. crossing over to the other side in death - the piece is dedicated to someone close to him (a cousin, I think, from memory) who passed away, presumably prematurely.
Here they are: