For what is a man, what has he got? If not himself then he has naught, To say the things he truly feels, And not the words of one who kneels, The record shows I took the blows, And did it my way. -- Anon Guest
It was a Human song of triumph, so of course it contained references to violence and, because of the culture of origin, going it all alone. Which is ridiculous. Society doesn't exist on an individual basis. There is no way, for example, that an infant is capable of making its own food and clothes.
Companion Lythe still let Human Bo have their victory song, all the same. Right up to the soaring crechendo. "I have to wonder, Human Bo. How does the Human who the song is about get along with others? What happens if he needs medical attention?"
"What? Oh. No. This isn't about that. It's about the success. Going it alone. Doing the thing you love and being good at it and making it to the top--" here, they broke off to sing, "Myyyyy waaaaayyyy..."