8. 'Synchronicity II'
As the title suggests, this is part II of the title track to the Police's final album. It was clearly the stronger of the two "Synchronicity" songs, and it was the only one to be released as a single. The theory of synchronicity states that events with no apparent connection can be related, and this song is about a miserable man dealing with a horrible job and a stressful home life. Somehow or another, his pain awakens the Loch Ness Monster. It's sort of like Ghostbusters II, where the collective misery of New York activates an evil slime beneath the surface of the city. In this case, the collective boredom and frustration of mankind causes the Loch Ness Monster to rise from the slime.