When you overdose on Dramamine, your thoughts and conversations are useless. Basically, your mental functions go around in circles. Also, your speech is slurred and your hearing is magnified at the time, so everything seems louder than usual. If you stare at a TV turned off, it can appear to be on and strange images might surface on the screen. If you do look at your face in the mirror while tripping, your face can appear to be altering, which might be why Isaac Brock sings, "look at your face like you're killed in a dream."
The lyrics are not detailed nor lengthy, leading to the notion that Brock was tripping on an overdose of Dramamine while conjuring up this song. The lyrics go in circles, much like thoughts are while on it. Also, the guitar structure in the song indicates the overall mentality while tripping on Dramamine.
Punk/Indie music often sends messages about getting around things, and Dramamine is a way around more expensive psychedelics. It is at almost every drugstore in America, and cheap too. The title can be seen as a reference to beating the system or finding an alternative way around things and then writing about those experiences.
Mike - Boise, ID