I totally agree.
Today I noticed how thoughtful the tracklist is.
In Medellín, M is candid and wants to discover the world.
From Dark Ballet to Killers, she observes the state of the world and sends a message of awareness.
In the C section, she analyzes her personal life / love life and empowers herself. The mood starts to change. It's confirmed in Extreme Occident : she looks into herself and starts to think positive again.
Then in Faz Gostoso, Bitch I'm Loca and I Don't Search I Find, she can be happy again and enjoy life.
She goes back to introspection in Looking for Mercy, to find a balance between her state of mind and the state of the world.
And finally, with I Rise, she sends and empowering message to the world and to herself.
Now I get why EO and LFM, while absent of the Standard Edition, aren't put at the end of the record. And we can also think that the dynamic of Madame X still works without these tracks. (Don't get me wrong, I love those songs, I wouldn't want them out of the album).